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Weekend Roundup for October 12th

Weekend Roundup for October 12th

Episcopal Church
Intriguing ministry focused on creation care from California


Bp Curry was in Canada for their General Synod and sat down for an interview with Anglican Journal


Bishop Curry waded into Reddit for an open forum


North Carolina parish joins with Lutheran partners to offer a service for grieving parents


An update on Connecticut’s effort to reshape diocesan governance


OpEd critical of Bishop Love in the Albany times Union



John Henry Newman’s Canonization
JOINT STATEMENT by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Anglican Church of Canada on the Occasion of the Canonization of Cardinal John Henry Newman


NCR on the importance of Newman to the church of today


Interesting article linking Vatican II and the Liturgical Reform Movement to Jon H. Newman



Anglican Communion
New Archbishop of the West Indies installed on Thursday



Ostensibly about the response of one diocese in England to the upcoming Brexit; this letter from the bishops of Oxford, provides a helpful list of pragmatic efforts to take in the event of any overwhelming crisis


Church leaders in Northern Ireland issue press release after meeting with government, addressing Brexit and upcoming changes to NI’s abortion laws



Other Interesting Items
A very interesting and wide-ranging discussion of the upcoming synod in the Amazon with one of the members of that synod


From Get Religion, a site that bemoans the MSM’s disinterest in covering church affairs has a post on the new Falls Church facility (ACNA)


A thought-provoking article on sin and evil and its persistence


From our Lutheran siblings, materials for creation care



image: Cardinal John Henry Newman



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