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Author: John Chilton

Maine bishop mandates vaccine for clergy

I am therefore directing all members of the diocesan staff, and all of you — clergy serving pastorally or sacramentally in any congregation in the Diocese of Maine — to be vaccinated unless you have been directed by a physician not to do so. Please click on this form to attest to your vaccination status. 

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RNS: ACNA’s structure invited governance failures

Religious News Service: Wheaton, Illinois is home to Anglican Church in North America churches from three ACNA dioceses — the Upper Midwest Diocese, Pittsburgh and Churches for the Sake of Others. The Upper Midwest Diocese, where the abuse allegations have taken place, places few checks and balances on the bishop’s authority.

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Most recent Covid-19 guidance by each Tennessee diocese

Each of the bishops of the three Tennessee dioceses are advising greater caution in light of the Delta variant. All are recommending masks in indoor settings, regardless of vaccine status. All make their most recent guidance easily located on the homepages of their dioceses’ websites. 

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