The Wokeness of the Episcopal House of Bishops

Dec 31, 2021 by

by Mary-Ann Mueller, Virtueonline: This story focuses on Episcopal bishops who are still engaged in active ministry. Retired bishops are not included. The Episcopal Church has fully embraced the modern idea of diversity, inclusion, and...

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Commentary on Kenya’s new woman Bp: Gafcon, ACNA, FiFNA respond; Ashey, Nelson, Kennedy analyze

Oct 16, 2021 by

by Barbara Gauthier (received by email): Four weeks ago Abp. Jackson Ole Sapit consecrated Rose Okeno as Bishop of Betere in the Anglican Church of Kenya.  She is actually the third female bishop consecrated by a Gafcon province. In 2015,...

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Forward in Faith (NA) statement on Kenyan consecration

Oct 13, 2021 by

from Anglican Ink: The Most Reverend Jackson Ole Sapit Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Kenya Your Grace, We, the bishops and members of Forward in Faith North America, write to express our profound sadness at the decision...

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Gafcon and women bishops: just a tiff or a real rift?

Sep 27, 2021 by

by David Baker, Christian Today: What’s going on with Gafcon? The global organisation of conservative-minded believers formed in reaction to sexual liberalism in parts of the Anglican Communion seems to be experiencing a bit of a...

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Fort Worth objects, but not rejects, the consecration of Rose Okeno: Will maintain fellowship with the Anglican Church o...

Sep 24, 2021 by

by Suzanne Gill, Anglican Ink: Editor’s note: The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth (ACNA) released a resolution today, affirming its opposition to the consecration of women to the episcopate, and voiced it’s...

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GAFCON primates grapple with the consecration of women bishops in Africa

Sep 19, 2021 by

by David Virtue, Virtueonline: In what might have been an issue to derail GAFCON, eight Primates, meeting in All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi this week, declared that, despite a moratorium, a recently consecrated woman bishop in Kenya...

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