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Archbishop Mourneer resign from the Standing Committee of the Anglican Communion

01. February 2010

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...I have come to the sad realization that there is no desire within the ACC and the SCAC to follow through on the recommendations that have been taken by the other Instruments of Communion to sort out the problems which face the Anglican Communion and which are tearing its fabric apart. Moreover, the SCAC, formerly known as the join...

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Primate of the Middle East Mouneer Anis ‘Comments at Today’s Press Conference

02. August 2008

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I am glad I came to this conference. It has given me a great opportunity to learn, listen to others, debate and share my views openly. It has been a great joy to meet many friends and to make new friends who love the Lord and are committed to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ by word and deed. I have heard many inspiring stories from...

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Bishop Mouneer Anis Reflections on the Joint Standing Committee (JSC)

17. March 2008

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29/02/08 - 04/03/08 By the time I finished the meetings of the JSC, I realised that I lost many of the hopes which I had before the meeting. Several friends discouraged me to attend the JSC meeting but I insisted to go as I don’t believe in withdrawal. Jesus is our best example in this regard.  He spoke the truth boldly...

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Observations of Presiding Bishop Mouneer Anis on the House of Bishops meeting in New Orleans

05. October 2007

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Observations of Presiding Bishop Mouneer Anis on the House of Bishops meeting in New Orleans Thursday October 04th 2007 I am very grateful for the warm welcome from and hospitality of the Presiding Bishop and other Bishops from The Episcopal Church in America (TEC). I was invited to participate in the House of Bishops (HOB) meeting as...

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I am incredibly disappointed and grieved - Archbishop Mouneer Anis

04. October 2007

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Assessment of the response the House of Bishops of TEC to the Windsor Report and Dar El Salam recommendation First, I would like to thank the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church in America (TEC) for her kind invitation and for the great hospitality we enjoyed while we were in New Orleans.  I am also grateful for the...

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Archbishop Mouneer Anis To TEC HoB

22. September 2007

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Address of Archbishop Mouneer Anis to the TEC House of Bishops meeting in New Orleans (Hat tip - Matt Kennedy @ Stand Firm) Dear Brothers and Sisters, Thank you so much for inviting me here to come and listen to you and for giving me the opportunity to share my heart with you. I am very aware of my own shortcomings and weaknesses,...

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“A fresh hope for the Church in Iran” - Archbishop Mouneer Anis

06. August 2007

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A statement from the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East We greet you in the name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. We have gathered from around the Anglican Communion for the installation of Bishop Azad Marshall as the sixth Bishop in Iran. We rejoice to find that the Anglican Episcopal Church in Iran has been active since...

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Letter from Archbishop Mouneer Anis

26. July 2007

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July 2007 My dear brothers and sisters, It has been a long time since I have written to you.  There have been many things that have happened since I last wrote.  We are very grateful for your prayer support.  I am especially grateful for Mrs. Elspeth Mackinlay who has been a great help in circulating the news of the...

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One Church, Two Minds; or Two Churches, Two Minds? - Bishop Mouneer Anis

02. October 2006

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I was keen to follow the discussions of the General Convention of the Episcopal Church in America, especially in regard to the response to the Windsor Report. I had hoped that somehow the Convention, having understood the difficulties created by the Convention of 2003, would be eager to mend the torn fabric of our Communion. Now I realize...

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A Statement from Bishop Mouneer Anis, Episcopal/Anglican Diocese of Egypt

02. October 2006

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The Episcopal/Anglican Diocese of Egypt With North Africa & the Horn of Africa Bishop: The Rt.Rev.Dr. Mouneer H. Anis P.O.BOX:87 Zamalek -Cairo, EGYPT 1121 We were very encouraged by Archbishop Rowan Williams’ historical message to the Communion “Challenge and Hope”. It is written with amazing clarity and frankness. Archbishop...

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