Central Africa and Southern Africa reject ACNA’s legitimacy By David W. Virtue in Entebbe www.virtueonline.org August 29, 2010 Two African Anglican Provinces – Central Africa and Southern Africa – say they will not go along with CAPA’s call to disassociate itself from the Episcopal Church for its actions in consecrating a non-celibate homosexual and a […]

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frgavin on August 30th, 2010

Posted By David W. Virtue in Entebbe 1. In a spirit of unity and trust, and in an atmosphere of love the Primates of the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) as well as Archbishop John chew, the Chairman of the Global South, which represents the majority of the active orthodox membership in the entire […]

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By David Virtue, VOL Bishops urge new Conciliar Process. Covenant has failed, they say We write to you with gratitude and humility as we rejoice in our time together in Entebbe, Uganda at the All African Bishops’ Conference. Blessed is the Church in Africa to have such gifted leadership in our host, the Anglican Province […]

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frgavin on August 29th, 2010

By Bill Muehlenberg The push for same-sex parenting rights is constantly on the boil. Right now the NSW government is looking at a homosexual adoption bill. As usual, the well-being of children is not the focus, but the selfish wants of adults. Children are just guinea pigs in this radical social experiment. […..]  Consider this […]

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frgavin on August 29th, 2010

By George Weigel, First Things Pope Benedict XVI’s pastoral visit to Great Britain next month will unfold along a pilgrim’s path metaphorically strewn with landmines. Headline-grabbing new atheists like Richard Dawkins, along with their allies in the international plaintiff’s bar, may try to have the pontiff arrested as an enabler of child abuse. More subtly, […]

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frgavin on August 28th, 2010

The Gospel and culture! We are delighted to announce that the annual conference will take place at St Saviour’s Church Walmer , Port Elizabeth from 16h00 Wednesday 27th to midday Friday 29th October 2010. The following comment by a priest of this province at a recent clergy school. “As an African Priest I do not […]

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By David W. Virtue in Entebbe www.virtueonline.org The Archbishop of the Anglican Province of Nigeria, the Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh underscored the primacy of the family, condemning homosexual practice for his 23-million member Anglican province, the largest province in the Anglican Communion as well as all African Anglicans. “We do not believe two women or […]

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