Pennylvania bishops: “We share a common humanity and therefore must be equal in the eyes of the law.”
The Rt. Rev. James E. Curry, Bishop Suffragan of Connecticut since 2000, plans to retire October 1.
“We ask that our Communion consider our offering and our desire to be faithful” to the vision of the Toronto Congress in 1963.
From the Fourth Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue
By Lee Penn
“The sacramental quality of the marriage or blessing emanates from God, is comprised of God’s divine energy.”
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, TLC Correspondent
Bishop Dean Wolfe: “The house feels like it has gone to second and third miles in dealing with disagreements.”
By John Martin
In the matter of deciding whether women should be appointed as bishops, the Church of England is engaged in a process with all the hallmarks of a Phony War.