Friday, January 14, 2005

Episcopal Bishops Regret Gay-Bishop Angst,1280,-4731625,00.html

[The Guardian] January 14, 2005--Conservative bishops who had boycotted earlier bishops' meetings, participated in the Salt Lake gathering, but left disappointed that no further action was taken. Pittsburgh Bishop Robert Duncan, who leads a network of dissenting conservative dioceses, said the bishops use ``graceful language'' but their inaction ``contradicts the words.''

Is anyone surprised by the response of the House of Bishops to the Windsor Report? It now rests with global South primates to take strong action at the February Primates Meeting? The question is "Will they?"

Related articles:
"Episcopalians stand pat on gay bishops" - United Press International
"Episcopal bishops 'regret,' dissent over gay issues" - Washington Times
"U.S. Anglicans, Lutherans Struggle with Gay Issues" - Reuters
"Episcopalian bishops express 'regret'" Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
"U.S. bishops apologize for electing gay prelate" - The Star Ledger,1249,600104766,00.html
"Episcopal bishops apologize for 'pain' over gay ordination" - Deseret Morning News
"Episcopal Church Dithers On Gays" -
"Episcopal Bishops Apologize for Gay-Bishop Divisions" - The Christian Post

Who does Frank think he is kidding dressed all in white for the media?

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