Click here for today's NewsHour Interview
with Kendall Harmon and Susan Russell
And click here for the Presiding Bishop's ENS interview
Here for her disappointing "Reflections on the Primates Meeting"
And click here for a more encouraging statement from
Bishop Marc Andrus, California
The inclusion of gay and lesbian people in the full life of the Church is a matter of justice: as we are all part of the world, and the kindom of God is like a net laid over that same world. All on the earth are connected by this net, whether perceived or not. Actions of justice and injustice reverberate throughout the whole, promoting either integrity, remembering, and shalom, or diabolic isolation.
Click here for the Washington Post article du jour:
"Yes, I would accept schism," said Bishop Steven Charleston, president of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Mass. "I would be willing to accept being told I'm not in communion with places like Nigeria if it meant I could continue to be in a position of justice and morality. If the price I pay is that I'm not considered to be part of a flawed communion, then so be it."
Here for the New York Times:
“Being part of the Anglican Communion is very important to me,” said Bishop Mark S. Sisk of New York. “But if the price of that is I have to turn my back on the gay and lesbian people who are part of this church and part of me, I won’t do that.”.
More commentary later ... off to Shrove Tuesday Pancake Land!