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Roman Catholic Reflections on the Anglican Communion - Cardinal Walter Kasper

31. July 2008

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- Cardinal Walter Kasper is a German prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He currently serves as President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity in the Roman Curia, and Cardinal Deacon of Ognissanti in Via Appia Nuova. It is my privilege to bring to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, to each of you here...

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Second Presidential Address to the Lambeth Conference 2008 - Abp Williams

30. July 2008

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(ACNS) The Archbishop of Canterbury Second Presidential Address to the Lambeth Conference 2008 29 July 2008 ‘What is Lambeth ‘08 going to say?’ is the question looming larger all the time as this final week unfolds.  But before trying out any thoughts on that, I want to touch on the prior question, a question...

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Prayer needed for spiritual battle at Lambeth

28. July 2008

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26 July 2008 My Dear Brothers in Christ, Greetings in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ! I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your prayers. God hears our prayers and in His time, answers them. The Lambeth Conference has been a time of great fellowship and strength; it has also been a time of disunity and conflict....

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Lambeth rocked as Archbishop calls on Robinson to resign

23. July 2008

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Lambeth rocked as Archbishop calls on Robinson to resign Tuesday, 22nd July 2008. 5:34pm By: George Conger. The Bishop of New Hampshire must resign in order to save the Anglican Communion from chaos, the Archbishop of Juba and Primate of the Sudan, said today. “If [Gene Robinson] were a real Christian he would resign,” Archbishop...

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Sudanese Anglicans demand gay bishop Gene Robinson resigns

23. July 2008

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From Times Online July 22, 2008 Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent The openly gay bishop of New Hampshire must resign if the Anglican church is to be saved from schism, a senior Archbishop said today. The Archbishop of Sudan, Dr Daniel Deng, who has the backing of more than 150 bishops and archbishops from 17 provinces in the...

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Statement of the Sudanese Bishops to the Lambeth Conference on the ECS Position on Human Sexuality

23. July 2008

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Statement of the Sudanese Bishops to the Lambeth Conference on the ECS Position on Human Sexuality July 2008 In view of the present tensions and divisions within the Anglican Communion, and out of deep concern for the unity of the Church, we consider it important to express clearly the position of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (ECS)...

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Boycott lays bare rift in Anglican Church - Strait Times, Singapore

18. July 2008

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July 18, 2008 Absence of a quarter of its bishops from Lambeth summit puts spotlight on divisive issues of sexuality and scripture By Mark Rice-Oxley IN LONDON - THE deep fractures in the Anglican Church were laid bare, as the Archbishop of Canterbury opened a once-a-decade summit with a quarter of the world’s Anglican...

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