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February 09 2004 By virtueonline Some Christians See 'Passion' as Evangelism Tool

Three weeks before the release of "The Passion of the Christ," a graphic
portrayal of the torture and crucifixion of Jesus, Christians nationwide
are busy preparing to use it in an immense grass-roots evangelistic
campaign.

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February 08 2004 By virtueonline FLORIDA: ORTHODOX PRIEST SHOWN THE DOOR AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

But then he got a surprise. "On Thursday, Feb. 5, I was told I could stay and preach the following Sunday. Then at 4pm on Thursday I got a call from the bishop's assistant saying that I could not preach on Sunday someone else would, but I could address the congregation at the "peace" and that a pre-arranged plan to have a vote on whether to stay or leave was now cancelled."

I was officially inhibited, he told Virtuosity.

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February 07 2004 By virtueonline BREAKING NEWS: FOURTEEN PRIMATES AFFIRM NEW NETWORK

If his consecration proceeds, we recognise that we have reached a crucial and critical point in the life of the Anglican Communion and we have had to conclude that the future of the Communion itself will be put in jeopardy. In this case, the ministry of this one bishop will not be recognised by most of the Anglican world, and many provinces are likely to consider themselves to be out of Communion with the Episcopal Church (USA).

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February 07 2004 By virtueonline World Anglican leaders support U.S. Episcopal group that opposes gay clergy

Their message spurns the leaders and policies of the Episcopal Church, which is the U.S. branch of the international Anglican Communion. The action gives the new U.S. conservative organization a claim to religious legitimacy as it seeks to gain supporters.

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February 07 2004 By virtueonline PAPUA NEW GUINEA: New Westminster and New Hampshire actions harm Church Unity

The Statement of the Primates of the Anglican Communion (16 October 2003) rightly judged that these actions threaten the unity of our own Communion a s well as our relationships with other parts of Christ's Church, our mission and witness, and our relations with other faiths, in a world already confused in areas of sexuality, morality and theology, and polarise Christian opinion.

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February 07 2004 By virtueonline GUATEMALA DISASSOCIATES ITSELF FROM IARCA AND ROBINSON CONSECRATION

This election, consent and consecration would have been one more act in the long line of apostolic succession in the Episcopal Church had if not been for the fact that the Rt Revd Gene Robinson is a declared homosexual that cohabits with another man in a relationship that is no secret, rather openly known and tolerated in the Diocese of New Hampshire and the rest of the Episcopal Church in the United States.

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February 06 2004 By virtueonline Episcopalians may limit church funding

The conference is the first in Mississippi since the consecration of
openly gay Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire in 2003 and the
approval of same-sex unions.

The Rev. Reed Freeman, rector at Trinity Episcopal Church in
Hattiesburg, said his church probably lost some members over the
controversy, but said those who left may be people who weren't involved
in the church.

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February 06 2004 By virtueonline New bishop of Florida won't ordain gays or celebrate their unions

Clarifying his own place in the disagreement after months of silence,
the newly installed bishop said he would not ordain active homosexuals
or allow their unions to be celebrated, but promised to oppose any
limits on the diocese's participation in the national Episcopal Church.

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February 05 2004 By virtueonline TENNESSEE: DIOCESAN CONVENTION STALLS

"As a result the business of the convention remains unfinished, and at some point Bishop Herlong will have to call us to reconvene."

The motion to adjourn was based on the questionable legality of eight 'proxy' votes of clergy who were not in attendance at the meeting at Christ Church Cathedral at Ninth Avenue North and Broadway.

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February 05 2004 By virtueonline A Faith divided: International Anglican mission brings more conservative message

Colorado Springs may seem a strange locale for mission work. The Rev. Ken Ross, senior pastor for the IAC, once would have agreed. He wanted to start a Rwandan mission church in Washington, D.C., or Connecticut, and thought Colorado Springs needed “another white, middle-class church like it needs a hole in the head.”

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