In a recent interview with Marissanne Lewis-Thompson of the NPR affiliate in St. Louis, the Rev. Deon Johnson, bishop-elect for the Diocese of Missouri, discussed
Following the news this past May that the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans in New Zealand, a group affiliated with GAFCON, had elected the Rev. Jay
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