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#GC79 Roundup for July 12

With General Convention’s legislative work set to end at 6:30 CST on July 13, the rush to work through more than 500 resolutions continued on Thursday. 

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#GC79 roundup for July 4-5

Although Episcopalians have been trickling into Austin for the last several days and legislative committee sessions have begun, today, July 5, marked the official start of the 79th General Convention (#GC79). Here is your roundup of today’s top stories.

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What’s Old is New Again (continued)

What I’ve found is a lot of kids who grew up in charismatic and evangelical churches were finding more relevance to their faith with things that were rooted and grounded in tradition, from Anglican to anything that had a liturgical, historical grounding to it.

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Communion means Communion

“A Communion of churches, at the very least surely, are churches that can celebrate communion together, churches where they accept the validity of each others ordinations, churches where someone ordained in one church can preside in the other.
What is called “The Anglican Communion” is not such a communion.” -Bosco Peters

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What are the limits of Primatial power?

Or are the Primates here taking it upon themselves to speak for the whole Anglican Communion – that by “us” here they mean “Anglicanism”? If so, when and where, exactly, do they think they have received this mandate? Is a convenient crypto-papal ecclesiology at work here?

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