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The conservative Diocese of Sydney has drawn $1 million from its endowment fund to support the “No” campaign in Australia’s mail-in referendum on marriage equality.
The Rt Revd Kay Goldsworthy has been elected the first female Anglican Archbishop in Australia.
Following through on GAFCON’s recent announcement of a Missionary Bishop to offer alternative oversight in provinces deemed to be insufficiently orthodox, the ACNA ordained Canon Andy Lines on Friday at Wheaton, IL.
Malcolm Turnbull is now the prime minister of Australia. During his campaign, he made promises, as all politicians do when running for office. One of his promises was a referendum on marriage equality in Australia. Now as the leader of the coalition government, it appears that a referendum will eventually be placed before the people of Australia. The Anglican Primate of Australia has weighed into the preliminary discussion.
Protesters dressed as Muslims interrupted a church service in New South Wales, Australia on Sunday, chanting anti-Islamic slogans and playing verses from the Quran on
says its “not a decision-making body”
Archbishop Philip Freier: “It might be time to make sanctioning legal marriage a matter purely for the state.”
Because of North America being east of the international date line, the deed is likely done. Saturday 11 APR 2015 the Diocese of Adelaide is
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