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December 07 2023 By dvirtue MOZAMBIQUE: Anglican Church Moves To Oust Archbishop Over Rigged Election

The results of the Oct. 11 local elections -- marred by allegations of widespread rigging -- were successfully contested by the opposition at the Constitutional Council. The commission announced questionable results showing that the ruling FRELIMO, or Liberation Front of Mozambique, party had won a landslide 64 of the country's 65 cities.

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December 06 2023 By dvirtue Africa's primates send statement of solidarity to primate of Sudan: 'We are standing with you'

It continued, "We, the Africa Anglican primates, meeting for fellowship and consultation, extend this message of solidarity to our brother, the Most Rev. Ezekiel Kondo, primate of the Episcopal Church of Sudan, all the members of the Episcopal Church and the entire Sudanese community, both at home and abroad. We want to assure you of our ongoing prayers and steadfast support during these challenging times....

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December 02 2023 By dvirtue Church of Nigeria Response to Church of England's Decision to Approve Same-Sex Blessings

The Church of Nigeria expressed solidarity with those opposing the change in the Church of England's stance. The statement criticized the perceived inconsistency of endorsing same-sex blessings while claiming that there is no change in doctrine.

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December 01 2023 By dvirtue Archbishop of Perth Set to Proceed with Ordination that will "Split the Diocese"

The grounds of protest are set out in the following document supplied by a number of different sources:

The ordination is due to take place at St George's Cathedral on the evening of Thursday 30 November at 7pm local time (10pm AEDT).

This latest controversy come rapidly on the heels of protests being made to the Archbishop over recent statements made in the press by Precentor at the Cathedral, Stephen Hilton, alongside the Cathedral's involvement in PrideFest 2023.

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November 29 2023 By dvirtue Wife of Anglican Bishop in Tanzania Commits Suicide

According to police, the deceased's body was first seen by passerbys at the side of the road in the village of Kasenga in the Chato district with a rope tied around her neck.

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November 28 2023 By dvirtue National Cathedral Charges Christmas Eve Admission?

Humor aside, paid admission to a service of Holy Eucharist, rather than a performance, raises questions about the suitability of effectively charging to access the body and blood of Jesus Christ. As a graduate of a Free Methodist university, I also find myself reminded of the legacy of pew selling, the now-abolished practice in which powerful families purchased box pews regarding them as personal property. That practice largely concluded in Anglican churches by the 1870s.

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November 27 2023 By dvirtue Church of Nigeria Reprimand Church of England's Decision on Same-Sex Blessing

He emphasized on the historical tenets of Anglicanism and also stated that the duty of Bishops is to defend the Church against error. He lamented on the decision of the Church of England, asserting that it silenced voices committed to the traditional understanding of marriage.

Meanwhile, Primate Ndukuba suggested that the passion displayed towards this erroneous belief could have been directed toward evangelization.

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November 25 2023 By dvirtue David Pytches (1931-2023): Bishop, charismatic pioneer and father in the faith

Much has already been said about the kindness, humility and impish sense of humour of this remarkable man who was a fearless pioneer and divine disrupter. I wish to offer a personal perspective based on five experiences I had with him over the past two decades.


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November 25 2023 By dvirtue Atheist groups cheer as UK Parliament set to consider bill severing CofE's ties to gov't

"I'm looking forward to introducing this bill that will finally deal with the Church of England being one of many religious organizations and not the State Church with the privileges that brings," Scriven tweeted on Nov. 9.

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November 22 2023 By dvirtue Bishop Josep Rossello to lead New Anglican Missionary Society (NAMS)

The position of Servant General will be assumed by Bishop Josep Rossello, who has been a NAMS Companion for 12 years and currently serves as the Global Bishop Guardian of NAMS.

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