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Being LGBT in the Church: Coming out, solidarity and support

"I've been very inspired by meeting LGBT Christians who've challenged and have spoken out – and come out in often very difficult circumstances," said the Rev Sally Hitchiner

 

No “Fence Sitting” For GAFCON Anglicans

Jeff Walton of the IRD reports on the first day of GAFCON III

 

Episcopal National Cathedral Rallies for Capital Pride Parade

Washington National Cathedral will continue an annual tradition by participating in the Capital Pride Parade

 

Church of England will not seek costs in the Pemberton case

Church Estates Commissioner tells Parliament that the CoE will not seek reimbursement of its legal costs from Jeremy Pemberton

 

Australian bishops' "secret" marriage agreement published

It is clear from the document that any bishop wishing to push ahead in any way with affirmation of same-sex marriage will be in a obvious breach of this agreement.

 

New bishop for Gippsland "We should 'rejoice' at same sex marriage"

David Ould asks "How can other bishops consecrate [Treloar] when they now know for sure he does not genuinely believe and support “the doctrine of our church and the teaching of Christ” in this key matter?

 

‘Beyoncé Mass’ Adds to Episcopal Cathedral Excess

Jeff Walton casts a gimlet eye on the doings of San Francisco Episcopalians

 

Where Anglicans Aren’t

Jeff Walton looks at the distribution of church plants across the US and Canada by the ACNA

 

Tanzania reaffirms its impaired communion with the Episcopal Church

"From now onward be informed that we are not having any church partnership," Archbishop Chimeledy tells the Episcopal Church.

 

A blessing not a burden: why every child should be valued equally

The following letter, expressing concern about the consequences of the two-child limit policy for children and families was signed by sixty bishops and representatives from other faith groups a

 

Kenyan archbishop hits out against a lawless government

Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit calls upon the executive branch of the government to obey court rulings