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The bishop wants to sell multimillion dollar properties

However, this bishop is in Canada. The bishop is the Rt Revd David Edwards, 10th bishop diocesan of Fredericton. In addition to the historic Christ Church Cathedral pictured above, the diocese owns several adjacent properties with all but one, also occupied by historic structures. These properties are costing the Anglicans of New Brunswick hundreds of thousands of dollars a year just for basic upkeep. They all need millions of dollars in repair and refurbishment.

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Just whose building is it?

The area near the city of Christchurch New Zealand suffered a 7.1 earthquake on 4 SEP 2010 at 4:10 am. Again on 12 FEB 2011 at 12:51 pm the area around Christchurch experienced a 6.3 earthquake. One iconic building that suffered damage in the first quake and then more so in the second quake, was Christ Church Cathedral, the cathedral church of the Diocese of Christchurch, which sat on Cathedral Square in the heart of the city.

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Rebuild the Churches distributes $92,000 to each of six burned churches

After the killings at Emanuel African Methodist, and acts of arson against several historically black churches, a variety of faith-based organizations and individuals raised funds to help rebuild them. Muslim organizations were previously reported to have raised over $100,000, and several Christian groups have donated heavily.

The National Council of Churches is still soliciting funds, and the Rebuild the Churches Fund of Christ Church Episcopal Cathedral of St. Louis has announced an early distribution of $92,000 to each of the six burned churches […]

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Rev. Kinman in St. Louis embraces #BlackLivesMatter, shelters activists in Christ Church Cathedral

The St Louis American interviewed The Very Rev. Mike Kinman, dean of Christ Church Cathedral, about his enthusiastic support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Rev. Kinman has lost some parishioners and faced some criticism from people who seem tired of hearing about the activists and the issues they raise.

From the article:

“Some people have said, ‘You’re making me feel bad, guilty, ashamed,’” Kinman said. “I get that. Christ Church Cathedral is not always an easy place to go to church. But we […]

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