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Legal saga in Fort Worth continues: Iker’s ACNA diocese to appeal

The trial court initially ruled in favor of the Episcopal Church. On appeal, the state Supreme Court remanded the case to the trial court which then ruled in favor of Iker’s group. On Friday the Appeals Court remanded to the trial court. Iker’s group, in this press release, has announced it will appeal the Appeals Court decision to the state Supreme Court.

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Legal setback for Diocese of Fort Worth

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth was formed by The Episcopal Church in 1982-84, after the new diocesan leaders promised unanimously to accept and use the Episcopal property only for The Episcopal Church’s mission and ministry.

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