traditional parishes, dioceses, and groups, be they catholic or evangelical, need to invest their energies in becoming a vigorous and distinct fellowship of witness, locally and jointly, within the Anglican Church of Canada. In some cases the structures may perceive how much they need this minority for the revitalization they seek. In other cases they will not. At the local level, they need to pray for the welfare of the larger Church, and find in its midst a future and a hope. A number of younger, more traditional bishops, recently elected, are in this regard a source of encouragement.H/T The Living Church News Service. All here.
Wednesday, 30 June 2010
George Sumner on What Happened at General Synod 2010
An excellent take on General Synod 2010 by George Sumner, principal of Wycliffe College in which he writes, among other things:
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