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Holy Spirit stirring in ACNA Pittsburgh diocese?

Despite Duncan’s caution, the special convention came very close to creating a crisis in ACNA. A significant portion of clergy and lay voted for a candidate whose behavior violated the “teaching about the life-long permanence of Holy Matrimony” as delivered by the ACNA College of Bishops.

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Breakaway diocese falsely claims ACNA is part of Anglican Communion

In 2014 the Charleston Post and Courier, published an article referencing an Archbishop of Canterbury interview headlined Archbishop says ACNA not part of the Anglican Communion. The interview was conducted by the Church of Ireland Gazette: Justin Welby said, It is not part of the Anglican Communion … [ACNA is] a separate church.

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Gafcon issues reply to ABC’s invitation to meeting of primates

“The Gafcon primates have previously advised the Archbishop of Canterbury that they would not attend any meeting at which The Episcopal Church of the United States or the Anglican Church of Canada were represented, nor would they attend any meeting from which the Anglican Church in North America was excluded.” – Gafcon Statement

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Fissures amongst the breakaways

One province would be essentially the present ACNA; the other province would be more classically Anglican, faithful to the teaching of the Bible, loyal to the doctrine and principles of the Anglican formularies, and committed to the fulfillment of the Great Commission.

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