Bishop Love in the fight of his life for his diocese

Jun 12, 2020 by

by Mary Ann Mueller, Virtueonline: Things are coming to a head between Bishop William Love (IX Albany) and The Episcopal Church over the performance of same-sex marriage rites in the upper New York diocese. Bishop William says “No!” The Episcopal Church says “Yes!” and the National Church will force you to do it its way or you hit the highway. Lay your crozier on the altar, clean out your desk, pack up your books, turn in your keys and leave. Bishop Love says he...

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Texas Supreme Court Rules in favor of Fort Worth Anglicans

May 23, 2020 by

by Jeff Walton, Juicy Ecumenism: Anglicans who departed the Episcopal Church (TEC) in 2008 are the legally recognized Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth and control its corporation, according to a ruling issued this morning by the Texas Supreme Court. As a result, Anglicans will likely continue to hold tens of millions in real estate and other ministry assets. “We are grateful for the Court’s hard work on this decision and for the clarity with which it was rendered,” read a statement issued by...

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Bishop Love and his Upcoming Kangaroo Court Justice

Apr 22, 2020 by

by David Virtue, Virtueonline: His hearing will reveal the true face of The Episcopal Church. Sometime in late April a hearing will take place regarding the future of Albany Episcopal Bishop William H. Love. (Because of the Coronavirus, the hearing scheduled for April 21 will now be virtual and meet at a new date and time.) If all goes as planned, he will be found guilty for not obeying Episcopal Resolution B012 passed at the last General Convention and for his “sin” in refusing to...

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A trial that should shame all Anglicans

Mar 6, 2020 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: Remember that lovely, smiley American bishop who spoke at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle a couple of years ago? And do you recall how he spoke so inspiringly, in the opinion of many, about love? Yes, how the words of Michael Curry, presiding bishop of the US Episcopal Church, soared with poetry in the chapel at Windsor Castle as he declared: ‘When love is the way, there’s plenty good room – plenty good room – for all of God’s...

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Anglican Reconciliation…not

Jan 7, 2020 by

by David Virtue, VOL: Reconciliation. It has been the buzzword of hope since the Anglican Church of Canada approved same sex marriage in 2002. Liberals since then have done their best to push and cajole orthodox Anglicans into believing that they can square the circle over pansexuality. Anglican leaders across the globe have tried and failed. Repeatedly. The most recent attempt was a Westminster Abbey seminar exploring ‘conflict and reconciliation’ in the Anglican Communion in...

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The Episcopal Church’s Fruits of Heresy

Jan 5, 2020 by

by Andrew Harrod, American Thinker: “This church has about 30 more years before it is dead,” stated one young man at a 2016 forum at the Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS) in Alexandria, Virginia, as quoted in the recent book The Seduction of the Episcopal Church.  Therein Anglican author David Virtue, a longtime critical observer of worldwide Anglicanism, reviews the Episcopal Church’s decades-long fall from grace in an exposé of Christian folly in accommodating a secularized, sexualized...

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