Luke Broadwater and David Greisman report for The Baltimore Sun:
Ft. Worth leaders are “exploring an appropriate response to such a shameful action by these members of the House of Bishops.”
Bishop J. Jon Bruno writes: “I want you folks to be as positive as you can be, and I need your prayers and support at this time.”
“We thank God for the discovery of one another in contending for a common cause.”
Bishop C. Andrew Doyle writes: “How do people with differing views on sexuality and blessing of same-gender relationships stay together for the sake of the Gospel? How is it that we are able to remain one church?”
Seven bishops and the Dallas-based Anglican Communion Institute filed a brief with the Texas Supreme Court Monday regarding The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth v The Episcopal Church.
By John Martin
Is the Church of England an island of or an island off Anglicanism?
“We asked ourselves, How can we create a safe place for theological minorities? That question cuts in both directions.” — Bishop Edward Little II
“I think we need to reaffirm our strong commitment to each other through the saving power of Christ revealed in the Gospels.” — Gregory Cameron, Bishop of St Asaph.
Under terms of the settlement, the Diocese has given Truro Anglican a rent-free lease of the church buildings at 10520 Main Street in Fairfax, as well as two rectories, until June 30, 2013.