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And if decisions made by the General Synod are a point of disagreement within the communion (i.e. a vote against same-gender marriage), Archbishop Hiltz says “there could be some ‘civil disobedience’ on the part of clergy and parishes….”
Photo of St Mary’s, Newington In a BBC video, the Revd Cannon Giles Fraser talks about the high cost of securing the steeple for St
The Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada released the following announcement on Tuesday, September 22: Dear Friends in Christ, Today the Council
Newsweek has just published a somewhat prickly interview with Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, by Robert Chalmers, touching on questions of prayer (“Prayer isn’t a
Princess Charlotte, Reuters Reuters has video and a write-up on the ceremony, which took place in eastern England, where the family have a country home.
The Daily Pilot, in Fountain Valley, California, reports that a judge has allowed the sale of a church property to move forward after parishioners of
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