ACNA Archbishop on “counterfeit” reconciliation of Truro ACNA with Diocese of Virginia

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It is ironic to begin a “Peace and Reconciliation” center when you are not at peace with your own bishop and archbishop. – Foley Beach, Archbishop of ACNA

(UPDATE) Truro Institute: Partnership of Truro ACNA and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia announced

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A number of years ago, someone sitting next to me on a plane asked what I did for a living. When I told her, she said, “The Episcopal Church – isn’t that the one with the lawsuits?” Soon, I hope such a person would say, “Isn’t that the one with the peacemakers?” – The Rt. Rev. Shannon S. Johnston, Bishop of Virginia

Diocese of Virginia and ACNA church to coordinate on “school for Peace and Reconciliation”

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The Diocese of Virginia released the following statement today, regarding a joint effort between them and the church in Fairfax City, which is affiliated with the ACNA. Discussions between the two groups have been ongoing for several years, and are progressing favorably towards the establishment of an “institute or school for peace and reconciliation.”

African Anglican leaders “taken in” by American conservatives – Communion leader

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The importance that African church leaders attach to the ques­tion of same-sex relationships is the result of interference by conserva­tives in the United States, the secretary-general of the Anglican Communion, Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has said. – Church Times reporting on Church of Ireland Gazette interview

Breakaway diocese falsely claims ACNA is part of Anglican Communion

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In 2014 the Charleston Post and Courier, published an article referencing an Archbishop of Canterbury interview headlined Archbishop says ACNA not part of the Anglican Communion. The interview was conducted by the Church of Ireland Gazette: Justin Welby said, It is not part of the Anglican Communion … [ACNA is] a separate church.

UPDATED: ACNA misrepresents its level of participation in #Primates2016

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Church Times reports Archbishop Foley of ACNA says he voted during #Primates2016 (except on No. 7 of the communique concerning TEC); the director of communications of C of E says it was made clear Foley should not vote; #Primates2016 affirms; CT says ACNA says CT reporting is accurate. Confused yet?

Gafcon issues reply to ABC’s invitation to meeting of primates

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“The Gafcon primates have previously advised the Archbishop of Canterbury that they would not attend any meeting at which The Episcopal Church of the United States or the Anglican Church of Canada were represented, nor would they attend any meeting from which the Anglican Church in North America was excluded.” – Gafcon Statement