Saturday, May 13, 2017

Anglican Unscripted Episodes 287 and 288

May 12, 2017
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May 12, 2017

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CANA East Synod:
Bishop Julian Dobbs Pastoral Address | 2017

Video recordings of Dr. Lee Gatiss  available here

CANA Synod pictures: Here

Why GAFCON's decision to appoint its own bishop is good news for the Anglican Church  Rev Gavin Ashenden explains why he believes GAFCON's decision to appoint a bishop is the first step toward restoring the Anglican communion to biblical faithfulness...

Missionary bishop for Britain consecrated at Jesmond
A missionary bishop has been consecrated for evangelical Anglicans seeking a reformation for the reformed catholic faith in England. Participants in the 2 May 2017 consecration of the Rev. Jonathan Pryke at Jesmond Parish Church in the Diocese of Newcastle by bishops of the Church of England in South Africa (CESA) hope their ceremony will see a renewal and rebirth of the faith in England.
However, critics within the conservative movement warn this may be the start of the fracturing of the traditionalist coalition in the Church of England, with each faction opposed to the recent innovations of doctrine and discipline forging their own way forward...

Heather Cook denied parole for failure to be contrite
Former Episcopal Bishop Heather Cook's plea for leniency fell on deaf ears Tuesday morning (May 9) when the Maryland Parole Commission turned thumbs down on her request for early release from the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women.

Cook, who is serving seven years behind bars for the December 27, 2014, drunken hit and run accident which claimed the life of 41-year-old Thomas Palermo, had hoped to be able to serve the rest of her imposed sentence at home while on supervised parole. Maryland automatically provides the opportunity for non-violent inmates to appear for a one-time-only early release parole hearing after serving one quarter of their original sentence. Maryland does not list vehicular manslaughter as a violent crime.

Welsh bishop asks parish to rethink yoga ban