Standing Committee Backs Bishop Lawrence

  • Monday, December 12, 2011

Members of the Diocese of South Carolina’s standing committee write that “out of the great depths of our love and concern for our people, we will continue to assert the autonomy that is historically and constitutionally ours.”

Bishop Ohl Responds to Bishop Iker

  • Friday, December 9, 2011

“We are holding them all close in prayer, both those who are leaving to become part of the Ordinariate and those of our sisters and brothers at St. Timothy’s from whom we have been separated for nearly three years. We want to assure them they are welcome in The Episcopal Church and in this diocese.”

Court Order Affects Ordinariate-bound Parish

  • Thursday, December 8, 2011

“Sadly, this prevents a pastoral solution to a sensitive issue of spiritual discernment,” says Bishop Jack L. Iker. “We are grateful to Bishop Keith Ackerman for his willingness to provide Sunday services at St. Timothy’s beginning on the first Sunday after Christmas Day.”

Bishop Elliott Sorge Dies at 82

  • Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Province IV Bishops to Discuss S.C. Deeds

  • Tuesday, December 6, 2011

From the Diocese of South Carolina

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Bishops Seek Meeting with Bp. Lawrence

  • Monday, December 5, 2011

“Since we [bishops of Province IV] have had no direct communication from you regarding these reported actions, we determined that it is our duty as bishops of this province to address these concerns in direct communication with you, as Jesus exhorts his followers in Matthew’s Gospel (18:15-20), and in accord with our ordination vows regarding the unity and governance of the church.”

Eyewitness: Finding Peace amid Terrorism

  • Monday, December 5, 2011

By Francis Omondi

Archbishop Williams Surveys the Communion

  • Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Archbishop Rowan Williams writes: “The question remains: if the moratoria are ignored and the Covenant suspected, what are the means by which we maintain some theological coherence as a Communion and some personal respect and understanding as a fellowship of people seeking to serve Christ?”