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Bishop Duncan’s Pastoral Letter Regarding the Tanzania Primates’ Meeting

24. February 2007

Comment

Pittsburg Anglican News Beloved in the Lord, We continue in an extraordinary moment in church history. It is my conviction, with St. Paul, that “He who has begun a good work in [us] will complete it to the end.” [Phil. 1:6] Resolution III.6 of the 1998 Lambeth Conference authorized the Primates’ Meeting to include among its...

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Archbishop Hutchison says church must look ‘seriously’ at primates’ request

21. February 2007

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Marites N. Sison, staff writer Feb 20, 2007 The Anglican primates’ directive for the U.S. church to unequivocally bar same-sex blessings and gay bishops is something that the Canadian church “will have to look at seriously,” according to Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. Archbishop Hutchison...

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Responses to the Tanzania Comunique & Draft Covenant - Updated

21. February 2007

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ACN: Anglican Communion Network Expresses Gratitude for Primates’ Work Fulcrum: Fulcrum response to the Communiqué of the Primates’ Meeting February 2007 & Fulcrum response to the Covenant for the Anglican Communion. Telegraph: Anglican Church leaders give liberals ultimatum BabyBlue: Quote From Bishop Minns Ruth...

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Archbishop of Canterbury’s comments at the final press conference in Tanzania

21. February 2007

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ACNS 20th February 2007 May I echo the thanks for your patience which Philip has already shared with you – we’re very appreciative of the fact that it is late and we’re all tired. Also before I start, I went from one session just to check the BBC news and heard more details about the appalling bombing on the train in India and I...

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Bishop Epting on the Primates Meeting

20. February 2007

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Source here Anglican Primates’ “Pre Meeting” Bishop Bruce MacPherson of Western Louisiana and president of the Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop’s Council of Advice; Bishop Robert Duncan of Pittsburgh and head of the Anglican Communion Network; Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, Primate of the Episcopal Church; and I...

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Primates Elect New Standing Committee Members and Alternates

20. February 2007

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Living Church 2/20/2007 Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori was elected Feb. 19 to represent the Americas on the primates’ standing committee, an interim body that meets in conjunction with the Anglican Consultative Council standing committee. In the past, the primates’ standing committee has served as a council of advice for...

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Primates’ Meeting Communiqué (Tanzania)

20. February 2007

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Source: ACNS   The Communiqué   Of the Primates’ Meeting in Dar es Salaam   19th February 2007 1. We, the Primates and Moderators of the Anglican Communion, gathered for mutual consultation and prayer at Dar es Salaam between 15th and 19th February 2007 at the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury...

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Latest reports and reviews on Tanzania (19 Feb)

19. February 2007

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The Living Church: Divisions Remain as Deadline for Communique Approaches Timesonline - Bitter Fudge The Telegraph: Anglican Church on verge of schism Kendall Harmon: An Appeal for Calm Michael Poon - Reconstructing GC2006

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Tanzania - Latest Round-ups (16 Feb)

18. February 2007

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Revd Dr Andrew Goddard (ACI): Commentary on Sub-Committee’s Report at ACI and Fulcrum “...This is clearly an accurate summary of the heart of the report. However, its release – five months later at the Primates’ Meeting itself, thus giving no time for serious weighing of its claims and leading to instant reactions – has...

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Primates Meeting - Press briefing on 16 Feb 2007

18. February 2007

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Accompanied by the Most Revd Drexel Gomez, Primate of the West Indies. Archbishop Aspinall It’s good to be with you again to give you a brief update on today’s proceedings; as I anticipated with you last evening, we spent the morning today considering further the Primates’ responses to The Episcopal Church’s reactions to the...

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