Day: August 1, 2007

Bishop Smith reports from Spain

“One thing became especially clear to me. Our African brothers and sisters want us to come and see them! When I suggested in one meeting that the money spent on plane tickets might be better spent on funding various projects, I was quickly reminded that ‘God created people before God created money,'” writes Smith.

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What the bookkeeper saw

Monday he was praised as a “great leader” by The Right Rev. Bob Duncan, Moderator of the Anglican Communion Network. Tuesday an Ecclesiastical Court in

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Radner: “Duncan starting a new church”

Radner: “The recent statements by the Moderator of the Network, Robert Duncan so contradict my sense of calling within this part of Christ’s Body, the Anglican Communion, that I have no choice but to disassociate myself from this group.”

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Dog slobber: an aid to ministry

It is entirely unprofessional to bring a pet to work. And because they spend so much time in a work environment, many folks come into our church office expecting a certain amount of decorum and propriety. They expect the priests here to be wearing suits. They expect this to be a Well-Run Office. And, my friends, that is fairly contrary to what I understand the Church to be.

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Joseph of Arimathea

An account attributed to Nicodemus, telling of Jesus’ resurrection appearance to Joseph of Arimathea, who had been imprisoned for the faith that prompted him to anoint and bury the body of Jesus.

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