Comments: Pittsburgh feathers ruffled

So he wanted a response during Holy Week or Easter Week? Are you kidding me?

Apparently those weeks mean nothing to Bishop Duncan and his lawyer...

Amazing.

Posted by Rev. Kurt at Tuesday, 1 April 2008 at 4:41pm BST

+Bob of Quittsburgh protests too much. Obviously, he has to be the center of attention, given the accolades he gets from certain GS primates who have elevated him to the position of PB of the New Anglican Province of N. America. It seems to have gone to his head and clouded his good judgment.

Posted by John Henry at Tuesday, 1 April 2008 at 6:22pm BST

[Ah, Rev. Kurt, you beat me to it.]

See, ?Bob, it's like this: in TEC, we are CHRISTIANS, so celebrating the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Our Lord takes a certain precedence with us...

Posted by JCF at Tuesday, 1 April 2008 at 6:27pm BST

Praise be. Duncan, Scriven and Contz have had their HoB e-mail distribution restored. Once again they can argue and scheme in common cause over whether to:
(a) ignore the e-mail;
(b) criticize the apostate author of the e-mail on grounds unrelated to the message; or
(c) lambaste the content of the e-mail as being in violation of the Constitution and Canons of a Church that they are leaving.

Posted by Robert at Tuesday, 1 April 2008 at 8:33pm BST

Theres one thingworse than being talked about, it's not being talked about..Oscar Wilde

Posted by Robert Ian Williams at Wednesday, 2 April 2008 at 6:21am BST

Presumably the Presiding Bishop and her staff, whilst keeping Holy Week, were also waiting for a detailed and written response from Bishop Duncan (and Bishop Scriven?) and have now been informed that his 14th March 'statement' constituted that in HIS eyes. It's rather like the accused pleading 'not guilty' and then failing to present a defence.

Posted by Commentator at Wednesday, 2 April 2008 at 8:55am BST
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