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At the House of Twitter

In the Magazine this month we’re looking at the experience of General Convention. In this post, first time deputy Katherine Karr-Cornejo reflects on her time as a deputy and the ways in which Twitter opened up the conversation of GC to the whole church.

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General Convention: A cloud of witnesses

At the Magazine this month, we’re exploring the experience of General Convention. In this piece, Kristin Fontaine recounts experiencing GC through social media and how that brought her closer to her mother

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The six terrible texts

At the Magazine this month we’re telling stories and reflecting on General Convention. In the wake of the Supreme Court and GC’s acceptance of marriage equality, John Gillespie explores the biblical texts and the thin thread on which opposition to GLBTQ rights rests.

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On General Convention and waiting

At the Magazine this month we’re telling stories and reflecting on General Convention. In this piece, Marshall Scott wonders what it is we wait for in anticipation of General Convention.

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#GC78: Roundup for July 2nd

Several key items were finished at General Convention (GC) today in both houses. The main action really started with Eucharist.  Worship has been very good

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#GC78 June 30 in brief

Via ENS: At today’s Eucharist, the Rev Kimberly Jackson gave voice to the breadth and impact of General Convention. Sisters and brothers in Christ, our

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Canterbury responds to HOB action

While recognising the prerogative of The Episcopal Church to address issues appropriate to its own context, Archbishop Justin Welby said that its decision will cause distress for some and have ramifications for the Anglican Communion as a whole, as well as for its ecumenical and interfaith relationships.

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