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Major SBC church ordains women despite SBC ban; Vatican cautions US bishops about denying communion to politicians; German Catholic bless gay unions despite Vatican ban.

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The Episcopal Diocese of Washington and Christ Church Accokeek agree to sale of property

“After a lengthy process of prayerful discernment, respectful conversation, and engagement with the Presiding Bishop’s Office and the Standing Committee, the leadership of the Diocese of Washington, working together with the leadership of Christ Church Accokeek, has decided to sell the property of Christ Church Accokeek to a new corporate entity that is not in union with the Diocese.” – Bishop Mariann Budde

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ACNA diocese expands into Episcopal Diocese of Dallas

The breakaway Anglican Church in North America will expand into the diocesan boundaries of a conservative Episcopal Diocese, the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas headed by Bishop George Sumner. Sumner’s diocese is one of the most conservative in The Episcopal Church.

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