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Bishop Happenings

Today seems to be a heavy news day as far as Anglican bishops are concerned. There are three articles of note: First, from ACNS: Over

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Outgoing and incoming chairmen of GAFCON at loggerheads

These elections did not follow the Protocol between the Anglican Church in North America and the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), and were not made in consultation with the College of Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America. … Conversations between Archbishop Beach and Archbishop Okoh are ongoing as they seek a way forward that honors Christ and his Church, and builds up the Gafcon movement. – ACNA press release

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Breakaway bishop to Europe takes leave due to “very difficult personal matters”

The Autumn and early part of this new year has (sic) been a particularly demanding and stressful time for me and for my family. Demanding, because there is so much to be done in my different responsibilities, and operating in the midst of fast-moving events in our Anglican churches. Stressful, because in addition to my mother’s deteriorating health, I have been confronted with very difficult personal matters.  – Andrew Lines

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Idowu-Fearon takes on “fake news”

The Most Revd Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon had strong words for those who “militantly present falsehoods” about the Anglican Communion at the Standing Committee meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council.

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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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