SC Episcopalians staying withTEC meet

SC Episcopalians staying withTEC meet

There are 24 comments on the story from Jan 28, 2013, titled SC Episcopalians staying withTEC meet. In it, reports that:

Nineteen parishes and six worship groups in South Carolina remain with The Episcopal Church ...

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#21 Feb 1, 2013
FACTS BEFUDDLE THEM! I am an ANGLICAN...but not an ANGRICAN like George.

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#22 Feb 1, 2013
Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
FACTS BEFUDDLE THEM! I am an ANGLICAN...but not an ANGRICAN like George.
If an "Angrican" is someone who once worshipped in the Anglican tradition but has left the Episcopagan church to be part of a Christian community, I embrace the title.

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#23 Feb 2, 2013
MiddleWay wrote:
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No, they're not all Anglican, at least according to the Anglicans:
January 22, 2013
Bad News for Renegade "Diocese": Don't Pack Your Bags for London
Church of England Bishop reportedly tells dissident clergy Lawrence's "diocese" is not destined for the Anglican Communion
Mark Lawrence’s new “diocese” will not be joining the Anglican Communion any time soon. Neither will any of the South Carolina parishes that have chosen to leave Episcopal Church.
That was the grim news delivered to clergy who have recently aligned themselves with Lawrence's Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Carolina Inc.(PECDSC Inc.) at a clergy conference two weeks ago.
For several years, clergy followers of Lawrence have quietly assured their parishioners that they would continue to be Anglicans, even if they split from the Episcopal Church. However, it is now clear that there never was a basis for such a claim.
According to reports, Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, retired Bishop of Rochester, said individual dioceses or parishes cannot be members of the Anglican Communion, except through one of its provinces. In the United States, the only province recognized by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the leader of the Communion, is the Episcopal Church.
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This is what happens when you read opinions rather than the facts....
The point made here is that Communion, at any level, is a two-way street.

Rev. Ken

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#24 Feb 2, 2013
RevKen wrote:
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The point made here is that Communion, at any level, is a two-way street.
Rev. Ken
Amen, you can't be a church of one and pretend in you are in communion with any one else.....

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