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ACNA defends Gafcon decision not to reveal existence of female bishop

There wasn’t a pact amongst the Gafcon Primates to keep the consecration in South Sudan a secret. None. The Primates were perfectly free to talk about the event at any time. Second, there has been the suggestion that perhaps there was incompetence; a kind of wishful thinking that the event would never be known. That’s not what happened either. – ACNA

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GAFCON Council says Episcopal Church defied communion’s primates

“We went to Canterbury out of a desire for unity. In our hearts we desire to see the tear in the fabric of the communion mended. The sanctions passed at that meeting were the mildest possible rebuke to only the worst of the offenders, but they were one step in the right direction. Regrettably, these sanctions have not been upheld.”

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GAFCON Primates wrap up their meeting with a communique

The GAFCON Primates (Global Anglican Future Conference) met from 13 – 17 APR 2015 in London England.

Attending were the primates of 6 provinces of the Anglican Communion; Congo, Uganda, Nigeria, Rwanda, Kenya and South America*. Additionally, the primate of the non-Anglican Communion church, The Anglican Church of North America, was also present and was elected by the 6 Anglican primates to join them as the GAFCON Primates Council.

The GAFCON Primates Council published a communique on Friday 17 APR, summing up […]

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