Interviews with the original organizer of the Integrity Eucharist to last year’s celebration:
Day: July 8, 2012
UPDATE #3 The resolution that passed in formal session say, in essence: We have rejected the proposed Covenant, but subscribed to Sections 1, 2 and 3 as a useful starting point for consideration of our Anglican understanding of the church. We have affirmed the commitment of the ACANZP to the life of the Communion, including …
The House of Bishops today responded to the controversy initiated when nine Episcopal bishops offered support through either affidavits or an amicus brief to breakaway factions attempting to take possession of the property of the church. The letter names the legitimate bishops of the four renewing dioceses, a matter which is at issue in cases in the Dioceses of Fort Worth and Quincy.
Presiding Bishop Lichtenberger laid the cornerstone. Also taking part in the dedication ceremonies was Clifford P. Morehouse, president of the House of Deputies. The contribution of the Diocese of Virginia to the new HQ constituted a memorial to the late Rt. Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, the first Presiding Bishop of the Church holding that position without retaining his See. Yesterday deputies at General Convention adopted a resolution permitting future PB’s, from 2015, to remain a diocesan.
The Committee on Structure started General Convention with more than five dozen resolutions on restructuring the Church. By Saturday night, it had one. Almost. After extensive testimony and discussion, Structure is well on its way to presenting one resolution to convention for consideration. – Center Aisle
He’s not attending General Convention, but Bp. J. Jon Bruno of Los Angeles had good news to share in a phone call broadcast to the House of Bishops meeting in Indianapolis. The L.A. Times reports:
Psalms 146, 147 (Morning) Psalms 111, 112, 113 (Evening) Numbers 27:12-23 Acts 19:11-20 Mark 1:14-20 God did extraordinary miracles through Paul, so that when the handkerchiefs or aprons that had touched his skin were brought to the sick, their diseases left them, and the evil spirits came out of them. Then some itinerant Jewish exorcists …