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Below is a transcription of an interview I conducted with Bishop Ron Ferris. Bishop Ferris recently joined ANiC and has a focus on church planting in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. Peter: Please describe for the uninitiated what is … Continue reading
I had an opportunity to interview Bishop Don Harvey regarding ACNA and ANiC, and below is a transcript of that interview (it’s as accurate as possible, though some of the grammar and phrases have been modified to make more sense … Continue reading
I have to confess I attended as participant, not blogger. However in the spirit of shameless plagiarism, here’s what BablyBlue had to say, who was liveblogging it. Just recorded the most amazing procession of clergy and bishops into Christ Church … Continue reading
We decamped from St Vincent’s over to Christ Church Plano for the consecration. Here are a few pics to keep you going…
Living Church has the main story here. His Beatitude, the Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) announced recently that his church has ended its ecumenical relations with The Episcopal Church, … Continue reading
Transcribed interview (courtesy of Marilyn): Saturday, June 20, 2009 From here – 17-21 minute mark. Interviewer: Roger Bolton, BBC Radio 4 (Roger Bolton) Now a new church will be set up tomorrow with the coming together of traditionalist Anglicans who … Continue reading
A few pictures of the Canadian delegation. Who let this guy in? No collection of pictures would be complete without the most important member of the delegation.
Some notes from the Primates Panel Q & A from last night (not a complete transcript): Attending: Archbishop Elect Bob Duncan (ACNA) Bishop Tito Zavala (Southern Cone) Archbishop Benjamin Nzimbi (Kenya) Bishop Alfred Nwaizuzu (Nigeria) Bishop Tak Meng Wong (SE … Continue reading
Just announced here (in the ACNA assembly), the House of Bishops in Uganda have voted to officially recognise ACNA.