29. March 2006

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Bishop of Exeter’s Reflections Offered to the House of Bishops of ECUSA

Kanuga N.C. 22nd March 2006 Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter It has been really good to be with you this week and I do thank you for your invitation. This is my first visit to the USA, and so means a great deal to me. Visiting here has been on my ‘to do’ list, for years now and I have felt increasingly disabled by having no...
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25. March 2006

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London Times: Schism looms, Exeter warns US bishops

March 24th, 2006 at 7:28 pm Source:
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25. March 2006

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Dr Rowan Williams defends Akinola on anti-Muslim riots

Dr Williams defends Akinola on anti-Muslim riots By Rachel Harden Source:
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24. March 2006

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Anglican Communion Network Announces Church Planting Initiative

Anglican Communion Network Announces Church Planting Initiative March 23rd, 2006 at 12:11 pm Pittsburgh, PA– Fifty-four Anglican church planting enthusiasts attended a two-day Visioning Seminar in Southern California March 10-11 led by the Rev. Tom Herrick, National Director for Church Planting for the Anglican Communion Network (ACN)....
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24. March 2006

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Insights into the Recife situation

This is a picture of the deposed Bishop of Recife in Brazil, Bishop Robinson Cavalcanti, outside Lambeth Palace on the evening of Tuesday October 4 2005. He arrived just as the House of Bishops meeting was ending and was invited to join the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and other bishops for evening prayer in the Chapel....
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23. March 2006

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Some Mission Initiatives reported at Anglican Mission in America

Some Mission Initiatives reported at Anglican Mission in America:
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22. March 2006

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Archbishop William’s sermon on the Martyrdom of Thomas Cranmer

St Mary the Virgin, Oxford From today’s epistle: ‘The word of God is not bound’. When it was fashionable to decry Cranmer’s liturgical rhetoric as overblown and repetitive, people often held up as typical the echoing sequences of which he and his colleagues were so fond. ‘A full, perfect and sufficient sacrifice, oblation and...
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18. March 2006

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Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Can’t We All Just Get Along? by John Yates: –The Rev. John Yates is rector of Falls Church (Episcopal) in Falls Church, Virginia March 13th, 2006 at 8:02 pm
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