6 Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic and Diocese of Cascadia Welcomed, Congregations Forming in the Carolinas and Southwest The Provincial Council of the Anglican Church in North America unanimously voted to grant admission and full diocesan status to two new dioceses today. In addition, the Council also unanimously voted to admit two groups of congregations in […]

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frgavin on August 2nd, 2009

by the Rt. Rev’d Martyn Minns It is a great privilege to be able to speak to you at this third CANA Council. I am so very grateful for your prayers and your presence here today. Who would have believed that we would come so far in such a short time? CANA has become a […]

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GC2009: General Convention Dumps Evangelism Resolution By David W. Virtue www.virtueonline.org 7/13/2009 At GC2000 in Denver, The Episcopal Church passed a resolution urging the church to double its baptized membership by 2020. The doomed “‘Decade of Evangelism”‘ only got wider with the consecration of Gene Robinson to the episcopacy in 2003. The church has been […]

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frgavin on June 26th, 2009

FROM Ruth Gledhill’s Blog Please welcome guest blogger Chris Sugden of Anglican Mainstream,reporting live from Texas on the first assembly of the Anglican Church in North America. For any readers baffled, bewildered or simply bored by Anglicans,Reuters have very helpfully published a Q&A on where we are and how we got here. For Chris, a […]

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