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#GC79 Round-up for July 11th

General Convention is kicking into high gear as the Bishops and Deputies race the calendar to the finish line, with hundreds of resolutions and the budget still to be decided. Both Houses will work a third legislative session this evening.

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Survey on two marriage liturgies released.

The Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music is inviting Episcopalians to complete an online survey as part of its effort to gather data on the church’s response to two marriage liturgies that were authorized for trial use at the 2015 General Convention.

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Pope announces easier annulments

The Pope has announced new rules for annulments of Roman Catholic marriages which will streamline the process for those wishing to remarry after divorce while remaining in good standing with the church.

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Marriage: all may, some should, none must

In the Magazine this month we’ve been exploring the lived experience of marriage from within and without. This post is from powerful remarks offered at General Convention by Katrina Hamilton, deputy from the Diocese of Olympia, questioning the implicit trajectory of relationships towards marriage

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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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UPDATED: House of Bishops passes marriage resolutions

The House of Bishops on Monday approved two liturgies for trial use that will permit same-sex couples to be married in the Episcopal Church, beginning on the first Sunday of Advent of this year. Their action came just days after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples can now be married in all 50 states.

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Whether marriage is good enough for love

In the Magazine this month, we’re exploring the lived experience of marriage from within and without. In this post, Nathan Paxton looks at the problems inherent in marriage and wonders whether marriage is good enough for love.

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