Day: January 15, 2016

Meanwhile, in London, two men marry in a church ceremony

Meanwhile, in London, two men marry in a church ceremony

While Anglicans disagreed to disagree in Canterbury over the question of same-sex marriage, John Cunningham and John Johnston were married in the City of London by the Reverend Joost Röselaers, The Guardian reports. From Giles Fraser, in Loose Canon: Interestingly, the London ceremony wasn’t a blessing or a carefully cobbled together service after a civil […]

Presiding Bishop responds to Primates’ statement

Presiding Bishop responds to Primates’ statement

The Anglican Communion is a network of relationships that have been built on mission partnerships; relationships that are grounded in a common faith; relationships in companion diocese relationships; relationships with parish to parish across the world; relationships that are profoundly committed to serving and following the way of Jesus of Nazareth by helping the poorest of the poor, and helping this world to be a place where no child goes to bed hungry ever.

Editorial: Response to the #Primates2016 Statement

Editorial: Response to the #Primates2016 Statement

But really, shouldn’t this be expected? Our work for equality and full inclusion, on a communion-wide scale, is a kind of civil disobedience, and civil disobedience is often met with oppression and further injustice. But that doesn’t mean that we should disengage with the Anglican Communion because a couple of dozen men have sought to censure us.