31. October 2007

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A Statement on the Global South Primates’ Visit to China

October 21-30, 2007 (Beijing, Xi’an, Nanjing & Shanghai)  Introduction 1. At the invitation of the Honourable Minister of the State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) of the People’s Republic of China, Mr. Ye Xiaowen, the Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion visited the cities of Beijing,...
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29. October 2007

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Fulcrum’s articles and analysis of TEC & New Orleans

Fulcrum’s articles and analysis of TEC & New Orleans can be accessed
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25. October 2007

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Fort Worth welcomes Archbishop’s view on diocese

We welcome the comments from the Archbishop of Canterbury, contained in a recent
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24. October 2007

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A Lambeth Palace Statement in reference to the Letter from Rowan Williams to Bishop Howe

“It should be understood that the Archbishop’s response to Bishop Howe was neither a new policy statement nor a roadmap for the future but a plain response to a very urgent and particular question about clergy in traditionalist dioceses in TEC who want to leave TEC for other jurisdictions, a response reiterating a basic presupposition...
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23. October 2007

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Responding to the American House of Bishops - Archbishop Peter Jensen

Archbishop Peter Jensen, Archbishop of Sydney We have heard three weighty defences of the Joint Standing Committee’s response to the American House of Bishops’ Statement – from the Primate, from Canon Kearon, from Mr Fordham. These are men we trust as first-hand participants in the making of these documents. However, as Proverbs...
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22. October 2007

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Archbishop Rowan Williams’ Letter to Bishop John Howe

The exchange between Bishop John Howe (Central Florida) and the Archbishop of Canterbury gives some further insight. “Any Diocese compliant with Windsor remains clearly in communion with Canterbury and the mainstream of the Communion, whatever may be the longer-term result for others in The Episcopal Church. The organ of union with...
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19. October 2007

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The Anglican Communion after New Orleans and The Joint Standing Committee Report - Andrew Goddard

A lengthy report but carefully done and worth the read. Read it
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18. October 2007

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Anglican parishes to ordain own clergy - Telegraph

By Jonathan Petre, Religion Correspondent Dozens of conservative parishes will start ordaining their own clergy in an open revolt against their bishops if the Church of England continues its liberal drift, the Archbishop of Canterbury has been warned. Dr Rowan Williams was told that evangelicals would increasingly defy Church rules and...
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16. October 2007

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More insight into JSC report

“When the report was issued, Canon Paver noted, it was in such haste that she was shocked. “ It wasn’t in the time frame we were led to believe when we went to New Orleans. It was my understanding that it was to be a report only to the Archbishop of Canterbury and therefore it did not need to be finalized so quickly.” An...
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13. October 2007

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Rebuff for Episcopal Green Light

By George Conger THE NEW Orleans statement of the US House of Bishops has ‘clarified all outstanding questions’ posed by the Primates to the American Church, a report prepared by the Primates/ACC Joint Standing Committee (JSC) has found. However, the 19-page report has been dismissed as dishonest by US conservatives, and its...
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