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Lambeth invitations, in pictures

I’ve said for some time that I believe all duly elected and consecrated Anglican bishops should be invited to Lambeth. Presence doesn’t guarantee reconciliation, but absence surely prevents it. The Lead had the news...

Proof-texting with canons

There’s been much discussion on the email list for the House of Bishops/Deputies about the San Joaquin situation. One person asked why it wasn’t OK to have parallel jurisdictions — that is, why the...

A smaller table at Lambeth, sadly

ENS has a release that says “The House of Bishops was informed March 10 that full invitation is ‘not possible’ from the Archbishop of Canterbury to include Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire as...

GAFCON = old news

AMiA? Dusty. CANA? Once was all the rage. GAFCON? Snooze. Here’s the latest, buried in the comments over at Amy Welborn’s blog: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE An historic gathering of conservative Anglican leaders took place...

A seventeenth-century geo blogger

I love it when history meets technology. Enjoy this mashup from Google Maps Mania. If you have ever wondered what Samuel Pepys’ seventeenth century diary would have looked like if he had owned a...

Canonical comic relief

After all my foaming and ranting about canons, I thought we could use a good laugh. Thanks to the MadPriest (who might actually be one of the most sane priests in the Anglican Communion,...

Guilty (?!) until proven guilty

The troubles in the Diocese of San Joaquin are well known. I’ve written about them as recently as Friday. I won’t keep rehashing the same-old, same-old, but there’s one new thing that’s gotten itself...

Good things happening at Camp Allen

I don’t know much about what’s happening with our bishops down in Texas. ENS hasn’t had much to say yet. Bishop Christopher Epting wrote a quick note on his blog, including this bit: We...