March 2012

 

Consultation opens on the appointment of the next Archbishop of Canterbury

Announcements in the Church Times, Church of England Newspaper and The Times have started the consultation process ahead of consideration by the Crown Nominations Commission as to who will follow D

 

Why PEARUSA?

Many of my recent conversations with Anglican clergy and laity continue to center around the question, “Why is PEARUSA a wise choice rather than going directly into the ACNA?” This is a good and ge

 

Doctrinal fisure opens over African aid

The Archbishop of Kenya has criticized idolatry of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) saying faith in Christ, not works performed in his name, is the path of salvation.

 

Frank Lyons appointed Assistant Bishop of Pittsburgh ACNA diocese

The Diocese of Pittsburgh  announced today that the Bishop of Bolivia, the Rt. Rev. Frank Lyons has been appointed assistant bishop in the Anglican Church in North America diocese.

 

Petition from PEAR-USA to the House of Bishops of the Church of Rwanda

Petition to the House of Bishops of the Anglican Province of Rwanda
Greetings in the Name of the Jesus Christ, our Risen Lord and Savior: Praise the Lord!

 

Bishop Seabury case appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court

Bishop Seabury Church in Groton, Conn., has filed a writ of certiorari to the U.S.

 

Episcopal Church response to the death of Trayvon Martin

A report to the Central Florida clergy written by Fr. Rory H.B. Harris at the urging of Bishop-elect Gregory O. Brewer on situation in Sanford, Fla. Reprinted by permission from the author.

 

Statement from the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil on the retirement of Dr. Rowan Williams

After reading about the leaving of Archbishop Rowan William at the end of 2012 I immediately wanted to express my thank you for the 10 years of loving service and dedication to the Anglican Communi

 

Denial cannot help this church divorce

In 2004, I wrote a piece titled “The Divorce Is Under Way” (CEN 10 Sept 2004), which began: