Breakaway Anglicans must return property by April 30

Mar 10, 2012 | Posted by: Selecia Jones- JAX FL | Full story: newsok.com

A Fairfax County, Va., circuit judge has given seven breakaway congregations until April 30 to return all property to the local diocese, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.

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We welcome you but not to help yourself to the property. It is akin to reaching into the offering plate and deciding that you didn't like the sermon so you just take the pot of money.

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They sure do think they are the entitled bunch.....
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Lacking any scriptural sense, TEC runs to the law to tell them the difference between right and wrong. If asked, "What would Jesus do?" there is no doubt TEC would say that Jesus would run to the courts of Caesar or Caiaphas and say, "It's mine! It's mine! I know I didn't pay for it. I know I didn't maintain it. I know I didn't worship in it. But it's mine! I can prove it. This is the way we always operate and I am the highest authority in the church and I have it is writing in my rule book. So give it to me. It's mine. It's mine."

Schori and her lavender mafia are laughing at the faithful they have plundered even as they are laughing all the way to the bank.

Here is some more property they can sell ten cents on the dollar, but would never even consider selling back to the departing faithful.

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They are no better then pirates and thieves and they really should be on their way to jail for grand larceny and grand thief. Hang them high!

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Listen to the Word wrote:
Lacking any scriptural sense, TEC runs to the law to tell them the difference between right and wrong. If asked, "What would Jesus do?" there is no doubt TEC would say that Jesus would run to the courts of Caesar or Caiaphas and say, "It's mine! It's mine! I know I didn't pay for it. I know I didn't maintain it. I know I didn't worship in it. But it's mine! I can prove it. This is the way we always operate and I am the highest authority in the church and I have it is writing in my rule book. So give it to me. It's mine. It's mine."
Schori and her lavender mafia are laughing at the faithful they have plundered even as they are laughing all the way to the bank.
Here is some more property they can sell ten cents on the dollar, but would never even consider selling back to the departing faithful.
What a bunch of Baloney!

The above from "Listen to the Word" is an expose' on just how to NOT listen.

He asks "What would Jesus do?" and then proceeds to answer with exactly what Jesus would NOT do.

It was precisely Caiaphus and the Pharisees who enabled the worship and devotion to money that Jesus overturned the tables and rebuked the money traders for doing.

These people, instead of relying on the faith that is taught to them in following Jesus, went exactly in the opposite direction. They went the way of the money changers and tried to reestablish their congregations on the basis of the money, accounts and property that they believed were the basis of their faith.

Now, because they are being forced to give it back, they are going to have to come to grips with their lack of discipleship in Christ and the fallacy of their obsession with mammon.

Finally, "Listen" says, "...but would never even consider selling back to the departing faithful."

Departing faithful? Well, that is exactly the point, isn't it?

LOL!!!....

They were the departing UNFAITHFUL.

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Tomorrows Gospel is Jesus doing a bit of house cleaning...I can just see him with that whip tearing up Joe DeCaro's arse if it were to happen today.

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Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
Tomorrows Gospel is Jesus doing a bit of house cleaning ...
It's Lent, so clean your own house first; an exorcism should help.

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Joe DeCaro wrote:
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It's Lent, so clean your own house first; an exorcism should help.
you don't really ever go to church anywhere now do you? You would know what the Gospel reading was if you did...But you are some odd duck with a bucket full of rocks. GLASS HOUSE ALERT JOE!

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Selecia Jones- JAX FL wrote:
<quoted text>you don't really ever go to church anywhere now do you? You would know what the Gospel reading was if you did...But you are some odd duck with a bucket full of rocks. GLASS HOUSE ALERT JOE!
He is getting more delusional by the day.

I wish he'd leave his computer and go outside and breath some fresh air, you know, at least PRETEND to be alive.

Then he might run into a living person and find he is a part of the human race.

Nah, it's our pal joie.

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The Whole Truth...Is quite different from the headline. Who are the real thieves? Where did this property come from?
The story makes it look as though a group of activists has taken Episcopal Church property and doesn't want to return it, effecting a theft.
The truth is the opposite and only a small community knows it.
1. The property in question came from the heartfelt donations of generations of reverent, faithful, traditional, charitable Episcopal Families. Sadly, the plaintiffs who want to have this property as their own now, don't want those families to have a say as to the ownership and are exploiting a loophole to claim posession. The "breakaway" group is actually the remnants of the original owners of the property attempting to preserve it.
2. Beginning in the 1970s a headlong effort by the political left was begun to destabilize and take over the US Episcopal Church. Female Priests, Gay Priests and other new age reforms were at the core of the takeover, but the essence always remained the same, to obtain a majority of seats in the ruling body of the Episcopal Church. AS SOON as this was accomplished a viciously dictatorial set of new rules was put into place to assure the pre-eminence of the new group in power (not unlike what Vladimir Putin has done). Essentially, they used deception and the charity of traditional Episcopals to take over. The property and charter of episcopalians was then disposed at the whim of the new group.
A news Story from TODAY citing a similar effort to take over the English Episcopal Church Now. http://www.christianpost.com/news/deposed-epi...
Another Story describing parts of the takeover in the USA.
http://www.onenewsnow.com/Perspectives/Defaul...
The "Breakaway Anglicans" headlined are actually heroes fighting a last stand and losing. They have tried building a wall to keep the barbarians out as they practice the only religion they have known.
The interlopers must truly be relishing the moment of destruction they have wrought.

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Cavadoro wrote:
The Whole Truth...Is quite different from the headline. Who are the real thieves? Where did this property come from?
The story makes it look as though a group of activists has taken Episcopal Church property and doesn't want to return it, effecting a theft.
The truth is the opposite and only a small community knows it.
1. The property in question came from the heartfelt donations of generations of reverent, faithful, traditional, charitable Episcopal Families. Sadly, the plaintiffs who want to have this property as their own now, don't want those families to have a say as to the ownership and are exploiting a loophole to claim posession. The "breakaway" group is actually the remnants of the original owners of the property attempting to preserve it.
2. Beginning in the 1970s a headlong effort by the political left was begun to destabilize and take over the US Episcopal Church. Female Priests, Gay Priests and other new age reforms were at the core of the takeover, but the essence always remained the same, to obtain a majority of seats in the ruling body of the Episcopal Church. AS SOON as this was accomplished a viciously dictatorial set of new rules was put into place to assure the pre-eminence of the new group in power (not unlike what Vladimir Putin has done). Essentially, they used deception and the charity of traditional Episcopals to take over. The property and charter of episcopalians was then disposed at the whim of the new group.
A news Story from TODAY citing a similar effort to take over the English Episcopal Church Now. http://www.christianpost.com/news/deposed-epi...
Another Story describing parts of the takeover in the USA.
http://www.onenewsnow.com/Perspectives/Defaul...
The "Breakaway Anglicans" headlined are actually heroes fighting a last stand and losing. They have tried building a wall to keep the barbarians out as they practice the only religion they have known.
The interlopers must truly be relishing the moment of destruction they have wrought.
As a former member of Christ Church Savannah, I am grateful to see it restored to the RIGHTFUL owners...The Episcopal Diocese...just like every other church in America.

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