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1 posted on 05/12/2005 12:14:36 PM PDT by newheart
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2 posted on 05/12/2005 12:15:37 PM PDT by newheart (The Truth? You can't handle the Truth. But He can handle you.)
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To: newheart
Old Frank is a comsumate hypocrtie but he really gave himself away too easily in his letter to the Primates.

On another matter, I want to share with you the response of the bishops of the Episcopal Church to the concern expressed in our Lambeth statement of last October that there be "adequate provision for episcopal oversight of dissenting minorities within their own area of pastoral care in consultation with the Archbishop of Canterbury on behalf of the Primates." The bishops of the Episcopal Church are called to be chief pastors for all people in their dioceses.

IOW, after a lot of flowery previous paragrahs, Griswold gets down to the real business telling them to stay away from HIS rich American churches and their monies which belong to HIM! And Venables comes right back at him:

You tell us that "Delegated Episcopal Pastoral Oversight" is moving toward solving the problem in your province. It is not so. First of all it leaves the decisions in the hands of the offending bishops and does not give any substantive protection to parishes that maintain Anglican teaching and practice. In addition, we are aware of ECUSA clergy and parishes who have been ordered by their revisionist bishops not to ask for alternative oversight, threatened if they do, or who live in areas where bishops have publicly stated that they will not allow it. The fact that "some" bishops will arrange for Delegated Episcopal Pastoral Oversight does not mean at all that it can be put in place where it is really needed.

3 posted on 05/12/2005 12:30:01 PM PDT by xJones
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