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In the spiritual realm and in the Church, it is important to have clear lines of authority.  The agreement that I signed with Archbishop Okoh has allowed each of the CANA dioceses to bring clarity since they were technically connected with two provinces, two archbishops, and two houses of bishops. For those choosing to remain…(Read More)

The Anglican Church of Canada completed its fourth regional consultation on human trafficking last month in Nanaimo, British Columbia.  This was the final in a series of regional consultations taking place around the country. Human trafficking is defined as, “modern-day slavery, involving victims who are forced, defrauded or coerced into labor or sexual exploitation…(Read More)

The Office of Public Affairs of the Episcopal Church responded to growing concern about new laws restricting access to abortion in states such as Alabama, Missouri, and Ohio by sending out an email last week summarizing the positions taken by General Convention on the issues of abortion and reproductive healthcare…(Read More)

Her fellow Episcopalians have mixed feelings about Cook. There is anger over her crimes and a feeling that she was an embarrassment. She’s also forced the denomination to rethink its often cozy relationship with alcohol that caused some members to call themselves “Whiskeypalians…(Read More)

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