MennoMedia, the publishing agency for Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada, will add a disclaimer to the books of John Howard Yoder that speaks to the theologians history of sexual harassment and abuse.
The Rev. Bede Parry, the priest at the heart of the 2011 scandal over claims Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori covered up his history of abuse when she was Bishop of Nevada has died in Las Vegas.
I would urge GFCA churches to leave the PR alone, to pray for brothers and sisters in the Church of England who will be affected by it, and to move forward with the ambitious agenda set forth in Nairobi.
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The Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh, the Most Rev. Robert W. Duncan, has issued the following statement in response to the decision by the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, the Rt. Rev. Dorsey McConnell to authorize his clergy to perform rites for the blessing of same-sex unions.
Amicis curiae brief by the Anglican Church in North America, American Anglican Council and the Dioceses of Pittsburgh, San Joaquin and Quincy in support of the Falls Church petition to the US Supreme Court
U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb of the Western District of Wisconsin has ruled the clergy housing allowance law, 26 U.S. C. § 107(2), “violates the establishment clause” of the U.S. Constitution and must be overturned.
It was Bishop Geoffrey Paul who once said: ‘There is no way of belonging to Christ except by belonging to that glorious rag bag of saints and fatheads who make up the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.’ And you and I are part of this glorious rag-bag.
The clergy in Gambella, Ethiopia, are bringing the light of Christ to the people around them, yet the context in which they are serving is overwhelming due to poverty, natural disasters, and tribal conflict. Bishop Grant LeMarquand, the Area Bishop for the Horn of Africa, and I are requesting support for clergy in Gambella.