Three ACNA Bishops sign open letter opposing “transgender ideology”

Dec 28, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: Three ACNA bishops were among a group of religious leaders in the U.S. who signed a statement attacking “transgender ideology”. They warned that harm could be done to children when they are told they can “change” their sex or given hormones that will...

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Who decides membership in the Anglican Communion? Not the Secretary General of the ACC!

Dec 16, 2017 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: “It is simply not true to say that ACNA is part of the Anglican Communion,” he [Idowu-Fearon] said. “To be part of the Communion, a province needs to be in communion with the See of Canterbury and to be a member of the Instruments of the Communion. ACNA is not in...

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Statement of Full Communion with the ACNA from the Global South Anglican coalition

Dec 14, 2017 by

from Anglican Ink: In 2015, the Global South Primates stated in their communique “We rejoiced to welcome the Anglican Church in North America as a partner province to the Global South, represented by its Archbishop, the Most Reverend Foley Beach.” This decision of the Global South Primates came...

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Advent: the quiet arrival of the Kingdom into the republic

Nov 28, 2017 by

by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Christ is the King, as many of us remembered and celebrated this past Sunday. To quote the wonderful Psalm 2, God has installed his Son as sovereign in Zion; the nations are his inheritance, the ends of the earth his possession. That is the reality, and the...

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A Reflection on Women in Ministry

Oct 20, 2017 by

by Katherine Ruch, Virtueonline: The following was submitted to the ACNA House of Bishops in August 2017 As the ACNA continues to navigate through the choppy waters of how to embrace women in leadership at a time when the province is in process on women’s ordination, I think it important to...

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ACNA responds to claims Foley Beach was banned from voting at the Primates gathering

Sep 24, 2017 by

by Andrew Gross, Anglican Ink: The Anglican Church in North America has received numerous questions regarding whether or not Archbishop Beach was “a full voting member of the Primates Meeting”. Archbishop Beach did not consider himself a full voting member of the Primates Meeting, but with...

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