Anglican


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Anglican

1. denoting or relating to the Anglican communion
2. a member of the Church of England or one of the Churches in full communion with it
www.anglicancommunion.org
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Readers will recall the tremendous success of the 2005 Anglican Journal Appeal, when donations totaled $638,000--an increase of 38 per cent from 2004.
Depending on parish practices, some on the rolls may be C&E (Christmas and Easter) Anglicans who appear twice a year.
The Anglican Consultative Council (the worldwide Anglican Communion's executive committee) held workshops On global education and leadership of women and linking faith and finances.
The Anglican Church in America is part of the Traditional Anglican Communion, a group of churches that separated from the worldwide Anglican Communion in 1991.
Stephen Bates, religion reporter for The Guardian newspaper, views the reaction to Robinson's ordination as the byproduct of an evangelical uprising in the Anglican Communion.
Should the Anglican Church of Canada's relationship with the rest of the Communion weigh heavily on the minds of delegates?
In England, the London Times repeated the phrase in capital letters the next day with the lead sentence, "The Episcopal Church in America descended into chaos last night after leading bishops on both the liberal and conservative wings disassociated themselves from a last-gasp effort to avert a schism with the worldwide Anglican communion.
Scanning my bookshelf, I note an Anglican author who celebrates an Anglican Donne; a Catholic who discovers a crypto-Catholic Donne; a Catholicturned-Anglican who admits to a guilty, apostate Donne; a Lutheran who enforces Donne's Lutheranism; a Calvinist whose Donne capitulates to the Genevan's lex terribilis; a skeptic for whom Donne doubts; an atheist for whom Donne feigns piety; a feminist whose Donne worships Sophia; and so on.
(South Africa is a prominent exception, and the Anglican churches there have for the most part supported Robinson's consecration.) Hence many Africans have a more literal interpretation of the Bible, which they sky condemns homosexuality.
The department has received a $15,000 grant from the Anglican Foundation to develop an electronic data-gathering system and the diocese of Montreal's former executive officer, Mark Gibson, is a consultant on the project.
churches to voluntarily withdraw from a February 2005 Consultative Council until 2008 (the next meeting of the international Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops in England).
That less-than-attractive side of Anglicanism showed its face a few years ago when an Anglican bishop in Zimbabwe seconded President Robert Mugabe's support for antigay violence.

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