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August 31 2023 By dvirtue COVID SKEWERS EPISCOPAL CHURCH FUNERAL NUMBERS

By 2022 the nation, and The Episcopal Church, was starting to emerge from COVID lockdowns. However, as of yet, the Episcopal Church has not released its final 2022 statistics. Those figures are not expected to be released until later this fall. TEC's 2021 statistics were released Thanksgiving week in 2022. It is not until the 2022 statistics are finally released that l the Episcopal Church's full COVID picture will be revealed.

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August 30 2023 By dvirtue PAKISTAN: Anglican Bishop Addresses Persecution of Christians

(1) Ensuring Accountability for Inaction:
It is disheartening that the incident in Jaranwala took place over an extended period with police acting as silent spectators. This raises concerns about the accountability of law enforcement agencies in preventing and responding to such incidents.

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August 28 2023 By dvirtue GRAFFITI ON OAKVILLE CHURCH BEING INVESTIGATED AS A HATE CRIME

Still, if the graffiti had celebrated Pride Month and denounced the traditional view of marriage, while declaring St. Aidan's a "False Church", would it be investigated as a hate crime?

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Halton police are investigating a recent act of vandalism at an Oakville church as a hate crime.

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August 25 2023 By dvirtue UGANDA: Anglican Archbishop Blasts World Bank Over Halting Loans Due To Anti-Gay Law

This comes after the World Bank's announcement of its decision to halt new loans to Uganda on August 8th. The decision to suspend funding for Uganda's development projects, including infrastructure was in response to the country's new Anti-LGBTQ law, which has faced global criticism for its stringent measures against the LGBTQ community.

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August 23 2023 By dvirtue ANGLICAN CHURCH PLANTING SUCCESS

All of this took place across a period of significant challenge: separation from the Episcopal denomination, subsequent litigation, property loss, and time in rented and shared spaces.

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August 22 2023 By dvirtue SOUTH CAROLINA: Two Bishops Pay Tribute to a Faithful Departed Priest

"I do believe I learned more from Rick in my years as his assistant than I did in seminary," he said.

"If I were to sum Rick up in one word, it would have to be the word "beloved." I can't remember a sermon Rick ever preached where he didn't call out to us as the 'beloved," said Zadig.

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August 17 2023 By dvirtue LETTER FROM BISHOP STEWART RUCH

While this is difficult news, I am thankful that we are engaged in a canonical process that is moving forward. I am relieved that there will be an occasion to hear all sides and gain some resolution after two years. It is my desire to walk in openness and humility. Please keep me in your prayers!

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August 15 2023 By dvirtue Retired Episcopal priest Allen Farabee arrested for exposing himself to minors

"As soon as I learned of the Rev. Farabee's arrest, I immediately restricted his ministry and initiated proceedings under the Title IV disciplinary canons of The Episcopal Church," Rowe said. "I also talked with the clergy leaders of each congregation in our diocese where the Rev. Farabee served over the years, including the cathedral; St. David's, West Seneca; and St. James, Batavia.

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August 15 2023 By dvirtue Oldest Anglican Church in Kenya Gets New Provost

According to Religion unplugged.com, Omollo was born in Siaya County, the same county where former U.S. President Barack Obama's father was born, and in his formative years grew up on Nanyuki Air Base (now Laikipia Air Base), where his father worked as a senior sergeant in Kenya's air force.

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August 10 2023 By dvirtue ACNA Church joins ADOTT

The Rector of the Church, The Rev Zenith Benson says he and his congregation are excited to be part of the Anglican Diocese of the Trinity (ADOTT). We appreciate the support received and relationship built while at ADLW; we look forward to building new fellowship in the Anglican Diocese of the Trinity (ADOTT). No doubt we will miss our friends at the Diocese of the Living Word (ACNA), we are moving on to join the mission of the Church of Nigeria in North America.

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