Tag: homosexuality

Sometimes Schism is Good

Episcopal diocese here joins anti-gay group By Steve Levin, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh has joined a new network of dioceses and parishes that oppose same-sex blessings and the ordination of gay clergy” Visiting bishop wants end to rhetoric on gay clergy By Steve Levin, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette “An influential Church of England bishop …

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Media Bias

Pope accuses media of pro-gay bias In a statement released for the Church’s World Communications Day, scheduled for this May, the pontiff said the media should concentrate on “marriage and family life,” and realize their responsibility to the general public. Despite claiming to reject censorship, the pope went on to say too many newspapers, TV …

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When Is A Split A Good Split?

When it’s right-thinking (that’s what orthodox means) Episcopalians fighting heterodox brethren who seem to think open-minded means empty-headed. Orthodox Anglicans May Split From Church By JUSTIN BERGMAN “WOODBRIDGE, Va. – Nearly 3,000 Episcopalians opposed to the church’s election of an openly gay bishop last year are gathering in northern Virginia this weekend to discuss a …

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Sanctioned Sin

I hope and pray that orthodoxy will prevail in the Anglican Church. Episcopalian Group Repudiates Gay Stance By RICHARD N. OSTLING “DALLAS – After an enthusiastic rally that concluded with a strong protest declaration demanding church leaders repent for their growing acceptance of gay relationships, conservative Episcopalians are waiting anxiously for an emergency summit meeting …

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Pope-pourri

Gay Divisions Cloud Archbishop’s Visit By VICTOR. L. SIMPSON “VATICAN CITY – The Vatican told the archbishop of Canterbury as he began a visit Friday that deepening divisions over homosexuality threaten to damage Catholic-Anglican relations.” The day the Catholic Church accepts openly gay clergy I’ll know that the end times are here. Satan will have …

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