Monday, 16 February 2004


I wrote a news article for Anglicans Online this week.
The title is What the Church of England said about ECUSA

At this week’s General Synod, several questions were asked about the relationship between the Church of England and the Episcopal Church USA in the light of the consecration of Gene Robinson. The answers to these questions have received almost no press attention so far, but they are of considerable importance to ECUSA members. The Archbishop of Canterbury also made some remarks about Anglican Communion matters at the opening session of the synod, which have been widely reported and made available in full on the web, but also seriously misunderstood by some.

Read the full article here.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Monday, 16 February 2004 at 8:46pm GMT | TrackBack
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Categorised as: General Synod | News

An excellent summary. Thanks.

As one who defines an Anglican as one who is in communion with Canterbury, I am pleased to know that I am still an Anglican.

As I once heard in a sermon, followed by gasps, "The Church is a harlot, but she's all we've got."

I love this Church, warts and all.

Posted by: Jake on Wednesday, 18 February 2004 at 6:51pm GMT
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