Source:  AAC Anglican Perspective February 6, 2013 “Reconciliation” is a commonly used word within the church and especially the Anglican Communion. With serious theological disputes and member provinces under physical attack from Islamic extremists, the concept of reconciliation can be very attractive and even necessary. In this week’s Anglican Perspective, Canon Phil Ashey of the … Read More

Source:  AAC Anglican Perspective January 28, 2013 The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Katharine Jefferts Schori, recently addressed a gathering in the Diocese of South Carolina. During her sermon, Jefferts Schori said the following: …I tell you that story because it’s indicative of attitudes we’ve seen here and in many other places. Somebody decides … Read More

Source:  Anglican Perspective January 24, 2013 The Church of England’s House of Laity recently attempted to remove its chairman, Dr. Philip Giddings. The vote for no confidence came in the wake of a heated debate on women bishops in the Church of England-a debate where Dr. Giddings defended the views of the minority which oppose … Read More