Comments: Bishop Broadhurst resigns as Chairman of FiF UK

This posting regarding Bishop Broadhurst's sermon at a London church gave me pause. This is the mindset and the insensitivity that has guided FiF and may be typical. It's rather shocking.
http://www.ship-of-fools.com/mystery/2010/2063.html

Posted by Richard Grand at Thursday, 2 December 2010 at 1:57pm GMT

In all fairness to John Broadhurst.. I felt FIF has been superbly run, punching well above its weight..... unlike the liberals.

Posted by Robert ian Williams at Thursday, 2 December 2010 at 8:04pm GMT

I know Richard, but it is a lovely church ! I so enjoyed reading all the background and seeing the photographs.

It brought back memories of the late Fr Nick Richards who served there for over 30 years.

Posted by Laurence Roberts at Thursday, 2 December 2010 at 8:39pm GMT

RIW: they'll know we are Christians by . . . "punching well above [our] weight." O_o

"Pending the election of his successor some time in the New Year, Sister Anne Williams CA, the Vice-Chairman of Forward in Faith, will undertake the role of Acting Chairman."

It's not like Sister's busy studying to become a Popoid priest! ;-/

Posted by JCF at Thursday, 2 December 2010 at 10:31pm GMT

And what +Broadhurst said re Ramsay/Runcie isnt really true. Ian Ramsay was very much a liberal Anglican ,a member of the Modern Churchmans Union I believe. When Robert Runcie became Abp he had been Chair of the Anglican /Orthodox dialogue and was at that time opposed to the ordination of women as priests. his *conversion" to that point of view come some years into his archiepiscopate.

Posted by Perry Butler at Monday, 6 December 2010 at 12:27pm GMT
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