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News, commentary, reviews, and theology in and for the Anglican Communion: the Living Church magazine, the Covenant blog. Sponsor of God and Comics podcast.
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The Living Church 8h
Bishop George Wayne Smith of the Diocese of Missouri will assist three Dallas-area parishes that wish to celebrate weddings for same-sex couples.
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The Living Church 11h
Bishop John H. Taylor: “The best way to reform Corp Sole as a separate funding institution is to lay it lovingly to rest.”
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The Living Church 13h
Bishop Lawrence C. Provenzano: “I know that in his heart, Bill Love would never do anything or say anything to directly harm an individual. He is a gentle, kind man. His decision regarding B012 is breaking my heart.”
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Zachary Guiliano 13h
*Please* retweet the above if you identify as “Catholic” in C of E (or another Anglican Church worldwide). That would help ensure wider reach. etc
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The Living Church 18h
News analysis by Kirk Petersen: "A decision by Albany Bishop William H. Love has placed him and the diocese under a spotlight that might soon become a microscope."
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The Living Church 19h
78 years ago today, Coventry Cathedral was bombed. Win Bassett writes: " Father forgive: The ambiguity of this message remains essential in recognizing that we all continue to require forgiveness." fhttp://bit.ly/2RQTyuw
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The Living Church 19h
"Membership in the community is given to churches, peace-building centers, and educational and training organizations in recognition of their reconciliation work. The community … is inspired by Coventry’s story of destruction, rebuilding, and renewal."
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The Living Church 21h
Fr. Matthew Olver on rites introduced by General Convention: "The removal of Father and Son in the eucharistic prayers raises critical issues in Trinitarian theology… It may surprise many readers that hardly any new language is introduced in 2018-D078."
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The Living Church Nov 13
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry talks about faith and barbecue with the Rev. Paul Klitzke, rector of Ascension Church in Dallas.
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The Living Church Nov 13
“With respect, Anglicans in this province have grappled — with limited success — with what ‘distinctive coexistence’ means for more than 200 years.”
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The Living Church Nov 13
Cole Hartin on a new book: "For readers familiar with Stanley Hauerwas, Berry’s work offers a complementary vision of the world of food and farming that is deeply humane."
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The Living Church Nov 13
"We continue to reel from the impact of the fire in Paradise and the surrounding areas. So many of our family, friends, and loved ones have been displaced. More … stories are emerging, and the scope of the devastation is truly impossible to imagine…"
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The Living Church Nov 12
Gay Clark Jennings: “When we celebrate [LGBTQ] marriages, the entire church is blessed by the love and fidelity of these faithful couples.”
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The Living Church Nov 12
Presiding Bishop Curry: “I am assessing the implications of the statement and will make determinations about appropriate actions soon.”
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The Living Church Nov 12
When Fereimi Cama is consecrated and installed, he will become an archbishop of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Polynesia.
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The Living Church Nov 12
The Diocese of Pennsylvania will streamline how it handles property and requests for financial assistance.
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The Living Church Nov 12
Bishop Scott Benhase: “There will be no ‘lame duck’ anything. … God’s Mission won’t be suspended over the next 18 months.”
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The Living Church Nov 12
"After conducting multiple interviews, the investigator reviewed the findings with the Reference Panel and the Chancellor. It was decided that the complaint be dismissed, as the concerns were not a Title IV violation …"
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The Living Church Nov 12
Commentary on Sunday's Readings: "If the mortal end of human life is held in view, God’s eternity, immutability, everlasting essence, and attributes break through the fog of common human lethargy."
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The Living Church Nov 12
Sarah Cornwell, beginning a new series on classic film and classic virtue. First: "Is a virtue like humility an onerous burden?"
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