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December 19 2023 By dvirtue UGANDA: Fighting for leadership in the Church condemned

He noted that church leadership is a spiritual service not a position to acquire material gain as some think.

He urged church leaders and the believers to put their trust in God who can solve their problems but not man.

The archbishop's remarks follow an incident where Luwero diocese Christians went to court challenging the disqualification of Bishop elect, Kasana Semakula, over alleged adultery.


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December 18 2023 By dvirtue Vatican approves blessings for same-sex couples in landmark ruling

It said priests should decide on a case-by-case basis and "should not prevent or prohibit the Church's closeness to people in every situation in which they might seek God's help through a simple blessing".

The pope hinted that an official change was in the works in October in response to questions put forward by five conservative cardinals at the start of a synod of bishops at the Vatican.

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December 18 2023 By dvirtue 'Today is the day the Church of England comes out of the closet'

"I feel the weight of history on our shoulders, because it's such a historic moment for the
Church of England," Bond, 63, said. Wearing a gold jacket and sparkly silver nail varnish,
she added that she was "excited" -- and indeed surprised -- to have received a glut of
messages of support both locally, and as far afield as Italy and France. "It hadn't dawned
on me, this level of interest," Pearse laughs.

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December 13 2023 By dvirtue KENYA: Anglican Archbishop decries corruption and tribalism in the country

According to the Standard newspaper, he said these vices have resulted in low agricultural production, food insecurity, and a sluggish pace of development.

Speaking in Voi town on Sunday during a celebration marking the 30th anniversary of the Taita-Taveta ACK Diocese, Sapit criticized elected leaders for their failure to provide leadership and mobilize Kenyans to enhance food production.

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December 13 2023 By dvirtue First Church of England blessings for same-sex couples in use from Sunday

While the blessings were welcomed by some as progress on what has long been a divisive issue, those who have campaigned for same-sex marriage within the church have said they do not go far enough, while others feel they go too far.

On Tuesday, the House of Bishops met online to confirm its earlier decision to commend the prayers for use in regular public worship such as Sunday Eucharist or Evensong, agreeing this should take effect from this weekend.

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December 11 2023 By dvirtue Rising seas could cause displacement, Anglican Primate at COP28 warns

"We heard from the Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, how important it is for action to be taken so that island countries will have the help and resources to be transferred to safer lands and safer places."

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December 09 2023 By dvirtue Why Christians celebrating Christmas should embrace the Advent tradition

Advent is a beautiful season that has been historically observed by Christians worldwide as a time of anticipation and preparation for the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. Rooted in centuries of tradition, Advent, from the Latin word "adventus," meaning "coming" or "arrival," is a period that holds profound significance for Bible-believing Christians.

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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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