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Diocese of Fort Worth wins in court

In a decision authored by the Chief Justice, the Fort Worth Court of Appeals reversed the trial court’s 2015 judgment for the breakaway parties and held that the loyal Episcopalians are entitled to control both the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth and its Corporation.

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ACNA’s “impaired communion”

The Rt Rev Jack L. Iker of the Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas, described the “impaired communion” of an Anglican Church in North America that continues to wrestle over women’s ordination.

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Fort Worth bishop, legal team respond to misinformation regarding South Carolina decision

The Fort Worth Court of Appeals will decide our case based on the law and facts. Recently, however, there has been some misleading information put out about how the South Carolina ruling might affect our case here in Fort Worth. So I asked our legal team to address the misstated legal implications in a statement we could share with those interested. – Bishop Scott Mayer, provisional bishop of Fort Worth

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