31. March 2007

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On being Anglican in the 21st Century - Abp Drexel Gomez

ADDRESS BY THE MOST REV’D. DREXEL GOMEZ ARCHBISHOP OF THE WEST INDIES THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN BLACKBURN 26TH MARCH, 2007 ON BEING ANGLICAN IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY To speak of Anglicanism today, either as a church tradition or as an ecclesial communion, is to speak of one of the most vibrant and unstable...
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31. March 2007

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A Sermon on the 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the British Slave Trade - Abp Drexel Gomez

A Sermon on the 200th Anniversary of the Abolition of the British Slave Trade By Archbishop Drexel Gomez Archbishop of the West Indies The Cathedral Church of St. Mary the Virgin Blackburn Sunday, 25th March, 2007 Jesus said to them, “If you were blind, you would not have sin.  But now that you say, ‘we see,’ your sin...
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29. March 2007

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Another parish leaves TEC

The vestry of Grace and St. Stephen’s, Colorado Springs,
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29. March 2007

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Summary of the latest comments on the recent House of Bishops’ statements

Summary of the latest comments on the recent House of Bishops’ statements Ephraim Radner:
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29. March 2007

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Archbishop of Canterbury - Church must be ’safe place’ for gay and lesbian people

(ACNS) “I am profoundly grateful to Canon Phil Groves and all at the Anglican Communion Office who have worked so hard to produce this
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28. March 2007

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The Compilation of the Catechism (for the Church in China, 1984)

CATECHISM - The Compilation of the Catechism Tian Feng No.2, 1984 We praise the Lord that the Catechism compiled by the China Christian Council was published in September, 1983, and has been issued to churches and Christians throughout the country. The book is not very large, but it represents the prayers and united efforts of...
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23. March 2007

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Ephraim Radner: What Way Ahead?

To a certain kind of faithful Episcopalian, things may indeed look bleak. The recent House of Bishops meeting in Texas seems to put a seal of finality to the fraying hopes many of us had for the renewal of our common life. To be realistic, however, is not to lose hope; rather, it is see more clearly where our true hope must lie. As for...
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21. March 2007

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Bishops’ ‘Mind of the House’ resolutions

(ENS) The following resolutions were passed by the House of Bishops March 20 during its annual Spring retreat meeting in Navasota, Texas. Mind of the House of Bishops Resolution Addressed to the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church Resolved, the House of Bishops affirms its desire that The Episcopal Church remain a part of the...
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