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Monday, August 14, 2006
The Global NIGERIAN Communion?
Graphic from the new website of CANA: Convocation of Anglicans in North America (a subsidiary of the Church of Nigeria)
Mark Harris has some insightful (as always) thoughts on his blog PRELUDIUM including this assessment, "For all the spiffiness of the website it is still seems mostly like ecclesial slight of hand. I suppose we will have to see who goes to the consecration [of Martyn Minns as Missionary Bishop on August 20] and who chooses to affiliate with CANA and why. The wide range of small fragments in the disaffected and now realignment movement is now one wider and the list of “Anglican but not Episcopal” churches in the US is increased by one."
"Anglican Traditionalism" just gets curiouser and curiouser!
Posted by SUSAN RUSSELL at 8:03 PM
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And I thought I was just being humorous when I referred to the Anglican Communion as the African Communion! Why don't we go on the offensive? Why don't we ask why the Nigerian and Ugandan Bishops aren't on a crusade against African genocide, abuse of women and children, starvation, polygamy?
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