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Breaking: US Supreme Court declines to hear breakaway’s appeal in South Carolina case

Breaking: US Supreme Court declines to hear breakaway’s appeal in South Carolina case

From The Episcopal Church in South Carolina, the diocese loyal to The Episcopal Church:

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S.R.Price
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S.R.Price

Bishop Adams told leaders of the Standing committees and vestries in their meeting today that he is hearing from people in the disassociated parishes about a path back into the Church.Hopefully common sense is finally prevailing

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S.R.Price
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Time for the clergy wardens,&vestry in these parishes to understand that their fiduciary obligation as trustees of those parishes is to see that the. assets are to be used for the benefit of the Episcopal Church.To use them for any other purpose is a violation of state law and can lead to criminal charges of embezzlement if a S.Car. prosecutor chooses to file charges.The Fat Lady has sung.It's time for confrontation to end

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Philip B. Spivey
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Minimally encouraging to know that SCOTUS isn't a 24/7 wrecking ball. I'll take the blessings as they come....

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