frgavin on February 28th, 2011

A recent article in Vanguard Online states that CANA is no longer a Nigeria Mission.  This is incorrect.  Bishop Martyn Minns’ Archdeacon, The Ven Julian Dobbs, writes: CANA’s Missionary Bishop Martyn Minns (who is currently in Singapore en route to Nigeria for the Church of Nigeria’s House of Bishops’ meeting, which is to be followed by a […]

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The Archbishop of Canterbury has vowed to defend the Church’s traditional stance on marriage against Government moves to introduce homosexual weddings in churches. Jonathan Wynne-Jones reports in Online Telegraph: Dr Rowan Williams has refused to be drawn on the issue publicly, but has broken his silence to tell MPs he is not prepared for the […]

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February 26th, 2011 Posted in Gay Activism | From Chelmsford FCA MEDIA RELEASE Issued on: 25th February 2011 The results of a survey carried out by Changing Attitude Sussex and the Brighton and Hove Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement among the churches in the Deaneries of Brighton and Hove in the Diocese of Chichester have […]

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Bishop Linda Nicholls at Lambeth 2008 First printed in The Church of England Newspaper. The appointment of advocates of same-sex blessings to the Anglican Communion’s ARCIC team does not violate the Archbishop of Canterbury’s ban on participation in ecumenical dialogue of those who propagate views contrary to the church’s teachings on human sexuality. On Feb […]

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February 20th, 2011 Posted in Church of England, Marriage | by Jonathan Petre, Mailonline The Church of England has infuriated traditionalists by dropping the requirement for clergy to disclose their marital status when they apply for new posts Church officials say the changes have been introduced to mirror new secular employment and equality laws aimed […]

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By David W. Virtue in February 18, 2011 The Anglican Mission in the Americas (AMiA) has started the first orthodox Anglican parish in Hawaii – Christ the Foundation Anglican Church – begun entirely by the laity. This week the AMiA (AKA TheAM) ordained The Rev. Heath Hale as a Deacon at its Winter Conference […]

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February 18th, 2011 Posted in South Africa | By David Virtue, VOL A priest with the Anglican Church of Southern Africa has been defrocked by his bishop, Merwyn Castle, on the recommendation of an ecclesiastical tribunal because he brought “the church into scandal and disrepute”. He did this by questioning the sexual standards of his […]

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