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ACC – other reports – Saturday

Updated yet again Sunday morning

ACNS has the official texts of resolutions passed on Friday: Resolutions of ACC-14 from 8th May.

ACNS also has Bishop James Tengatenga elected Chair of Anglican Consultative Council

ACC-14 Press Briefing 8th May 2009
This one deals with the Windsor Continuation Group.

Anglican Journal has ACC rejects proposed moratorium on litigation over property

The latter topic is also covered in this report from Anglican Mainstream Report from ACC-14 Day Seven: No Fourth Moratorium and No Covenant.

Update Saturday evening

A range of ACC documents can be found on this page.

They include the final report of the WCG (PDF).

There is an official photo gallery here.

Further update

ACNS has Resolutions of ACC-14 from 9th May
These cover ‘The Bible in the Life of the Church’, Network on Inter-Faith Concerns, and Middle East (from APJN).

Anglican Journal New ACC chair is skilled in mediation

ENS Anglican Consultative Council reaffirms two-state solution for Israel, Palestine

Sunday morning update

ACNS
The Networks of the Anglican Communion Podcast 5
Network for Inter Faith Concerns of the Anglican Communion.

ACC-14 Press Briefing 9th May 2009
Ecumenical Guests.

Anglican Journal
Project aimed at helping Anglicans read Bible with ‘fresh eyes’

ACC tones down resolution on Middle East conflict

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++Orombi really made a mess of this. Uganda were missing three votes because of his absence and that of an episcopal and a clerical rep. Those extra votes would have meant the fourth, so-called moratorium on litigation, was included, and may have made a difference in the Covenant debate and votes. Even his chief cheerleader Stephen Noll has been as critical as he can bring himself to be, while still spinning it as probably for the best! 🙂 “Archbishop Orombi was the duly elected representative from Africa on the Joint Standing Committee. His own delegation was reduced by the absence… Read more »

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“++Orombi really made a mess of this. Uganda were missing three votes because of his absence and that of an episcopal and a clerical rep. Those extra votes would have meant the fourth, so-called moratorium on litigation, was included, and may have made a difference in the Covenant debate and votes.” – MJ on Saturday – How difficult it must be for Archbishop Orombi to decided what to do for the best: Even his ploy to get one of his American-based colleagues on to the A.C. Council failed (and what a tanrum that caused!). When will he, and others in… Read more »

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What a joy to hear the encouraging remarks from the 2 ecumenical speakers (1 Orthodox, 1 Lutheran) on the podcast from the press conference on this thread. Both value their close association with the Anglican Communion, and both have warned against building walls rather than bridges – between different parts of the Church. This should give the secessionists pause for thought about what they have already done within the Communion to separate themselves from the rest of us on the grounds of their self-proclaimed ‘orthodoxy’.

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How much more clearly do we need to have it demonstrated to us as Anglican believers? Realignment is saying, and has always said: Do Anglican my way or I will do all I can to tear things up for everybody. I alone am doing God’s will, so either I take over and run Anglicans, or I tear up global Anglicanism all I can, so that damage is done. Add – PS. Any damage I may do is somebody else’s fault for not going Anglican according to my special realignment ways. The core message hasn’t changed, nor have most of the… Read more »