Saturday, 3 September 2005

church press this week

Updates to three stories:

Lake Malawi
CEN Jonathan Wynne-Jones Bishop-elect gives reassurances over his “lodger” and liberal views
Church Times Pat Ashworth Bishop-elect quizzed
and from last week Bishop-elect in Malawi faces opposition

CofE Racism
Church Times Rachel Harden Colour still C of E issue - Sentamu
and leader comment Stepping into one another’s shoes
CEN Church still racist, says bishop

CEN George Conger US clergy charge Bishop

And two new stories:

Church Times Pat Ashworth Kunonga trial halted as judge resigns
and from last week Kunonga: no testimony by phone
CEN Harare bishop trial collapses
Living Church Trial of Zimbabwe Bishop Collapses

Some further reports on this from African papers:
Kunonga Trial: Judge Storms Out in Protest
Kunonga: On Trial for His Country
both originally in The Herald (Harare)
Drama at Kunonga trial in The Zimbabwe Independent
Anglican Church puts Mugabe bishop on trial on

CEN George Conger and Johanna Thomas-Corr Archbishop deposes 35 clergy to oust evangelicals
TLC Mass Depositions in Recife

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 3 September 2005 at 11:21am BST
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I have just returned from a brief visit to Rio de Janeiro where I spent an evening with the Anglican Bishop.I think it would be helpful if we heard rather more of the Provincial view of events.
Perry Butler, London

Posted by: perry butler on Sunday, 11 September 2005 at 5:25pm BST
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