Tag Archives: Anglican

St. Peter’s Square, Vatican, Rome

Rome Pokes Canterbury in the Eye — Again

On January 1, The New York Times reported that the Roman Catholic Church had established a “Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter” which will function as an ecclesiastical home for members of the Episcopal Church who wish to transfer their allegiance without giving

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Anglicans and Rome

The top ecumenical – some are saying un- or anti-ecumenical – news of the year occurred October 20th with a Vatican announcement. Bypassing forty years of Anglican-Roman Catholic conversations-cum-negotiations and blindsiding Archbishop Rowan Williams, the head of the seventy-million-member Anglican Communion, Vatican officials announced that

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Archbishop Tutu Speaks Out for GLBT People

Archbishop Desmond Tutu once again set a stellar example for religious leaders and faith communities with his outspoken and unrelenting stand for justice and human dignity. Hundreds of enthusiastic admirers gathered April 8 in San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral as the archbishop received the 2008 Outspoken

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An Open Letter to the LGBT Community

October 9, 2007 Now that the Church has had some time to absorb and consider the recent meeting of the House of Bishops in New Orleans and its response to the Anglican Communion, I’d like to share with you what I experienced at the recent

Glasses resting on Bible

St. Francis Celebration of Animals

Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland, New Zealand October 13, 2002 Readings: 2 Kings 4:1-37, Acts 16:1- 15 Picture if you will, a 12 year-old girl, sitting at the dinner table on a summer’s evening. It is the night before her thirteenth birthday, and she is concentrating