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In The News

In The News

Archbishop Justin Welby Announces Another Primates Meeting: The leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion, Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced plans for a Primates Meeting in 2017. While invitations have not yet been sent, it’s presently unclear whether traditionalist Primates will attend the event, following the failure of [...]

In The News

In The News

Heather Cook Indicted: The Assistant Bishop of Maryland, Heather Cook, was indicted in February on 13 charges in the death of a Baltimore bicyclist, ranging from homicide, to leaving the scene of an accident. Cook, who is 58, has a prior conviction for drunken driving in 2010, which was known by top diocesan officials but not revealed during [...]

Stop the Jihad

Stop the Jihad

On Sunday, February 15, the Islamic State terror group, ISIS, released a video showing 21 Coptic Christians being beheaded on a beach in Libya. This was entitled, “A Message Signed With Blood To The Nation Of The Cross.” What was the content of the message? A masked holy warrior wasn’t slow to tell us: “All praise is due to Allah the [...]

Boston Bombing

Boston Bombing

B Boston Bombing By Bill Murchison I read a ghastly and withal sobering story in the New York Times. It had to do with the local authorities’ refusal to admit priests – priests, I emphasize – to the circle of rescuers following the Boston bombings. The story mentioned the number of churches close to the bombing site, and the [...]

In The News

In The News

FiFNA Assembly: Forward in Faith North America held its annual Assembly in Belleville, Illinois, in July this year. The event was attended by over 130 persons and focused on the Sacrament of the Altar. Joseph Warren, age 96, was awarded the St. Stephen’s prize for distinguished service and ministry. Congratulations Joseph! See pages 6-11 for [...]

In the News

In the News

English Bishops go to Rome: In the wake of impending legislation to allow women bishops in the Church of England, five bishops, John Broadhurst, Andrew Burnham, Keith Newton, Edwin Barnes and David Silk, announced their resignation, effective this December. All five will join the Roman Catholic Church under the aegis of the Apostolic Constitution, [...]