frgavin on December 15th, 2009

BY FAR the most significant thing about the case against Benjamin and Sharon Vogelenzang was that it reached a court of law in the first place. This evangelical Christian couple who run a hotel were accused of making derogatory remarks about the religion of one of their guests, Ericka Tazi, a Muslim convert, and thereby […]


frgavin on December 11th, 2009

December 10th, 2009 Posted in Education, Evangelism | From Times Educational Supplement Secularists warn hardline proselytising on school premises Original paper headline: The Alpha movement has persuaded millions back to church globally. Now it’s taking on England’s state schools .. Growing numbers of Alpha courses are being run in schools to give pupils the opportunity […]

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frgavin on December 8th, 2009

Writing for the diocesan iindada newspaper Bishop Bethlehem Nopece in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, made these comments in speaking about the Christmas story. Quotation: “…It is with great amazement to notice the difference between being ‘in church’ and ‘in Christ’. We may be born in the church and grow in her officialdom with long robes […]

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frgavin on December 7th, 2009

Archbishop Peter Jensen on Los Angeles Bishop’s election Statement by the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Peter Jensen, on the Episcopal election in the Diocese of Los Angeles. “The election (yet to be confirmed) of a partnered lesbian as Bishop in the Episcopal Church (TEC) is sad but not surprising. Confirmation of this election will […]

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frgavin on December 6th, 2009

Lesbian Episcopal priest elected LA assist. bishop December 6th, 2009 Posted in TEC | Associated Press RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles has elected the second openly gay bishop in the national church and the world Anglican fellowship. The Rev. Mary Glasspool of Baltimore won election as assistant bishop in Los Angeles […]

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December 1st, 2009 Posted in Gay Marriage | BOSTON, December 1, 2009 ( – Episcopal priests in the eastern part of Massachusetts, the birthplace of same-sex “marriage” in the United States, now have permission to “solemnize” the marriages of “all eligible couples,” including those entering same-sex unions, according to a new pastoral directive from the […]

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And there was little old me thinking we  “praise God for the exemplary lives of the Saints” No!! it appears we praise them for their holiness and it seems I missed a whole lot of saints in my upbringing!!!  Fr Gavin By David W. Virtue November 20, 2009 When parishioners filed into St. John’s […]

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