What does today's vote in the Church of England mean to Episcopalians?

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In breaking news as I write this, a vote has been taken in the Church of England affecting the possible consecration of women to the office of bishop.

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Maybe this will explain how TEC works within the Anglican communion....

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Maybe this will explain how TEC works within the Anglican communion....
A little leaven leavens the whole loaf.

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LOL!!!....

Pretty soon, relatively speaking, one will see a woman Roman Catholic priest marrying two queer Roman Catholic priests, with the blessing of the Roman Pope and the congratulations and commendations of the Syrian, Coptic, Greek and Russian Popes and Metropolitans.

And, the Baptists will accept their invitation to take part in the ceremony.

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A little leaven leavens the whole loaf.
One turd in the pool forces its evacuation by all.

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RevKen wrote:
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LOL!!!....
Pretty soon, relatively speaking, one will see a woman Roman Catholic priest marrying two queer Roman Catholic priests, with the blessing of the Roman Pope and the congratulations and commendations of the Syrian, Coptic, Greek and Russian Popes and Metropolitans.
And, the Baptists will accept their invitation to take part in the ceremony.
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LOL!

Now that was a coffee flyer!

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Georgiekins, ole Buddy, ole Pal,

You sure are anally oriented!

I don't know if your condition can be called anal retentive, anal reflexive or anal disburdenous. Probably just whatever fits the situation, so, anal responsive, I guess.
Butt, it sure is anal.

For a conscious reference, google up "Chakra" and read about the "7." The bottom chakra is where the immature kundalini resides. In case you might think that such studies are strictly eastern mysticism, consider that they are not. There are obvious parallels in the Christian esoteric teachings and hermetic contemplation.

As for the "Crown" chakra, which is often depicted as a "light" or a "halo" around the Christian saint or mystic, it is brought into an active state through a process and regular practice.

The "Light" about which Jesus spoke and taught is a real thing. An objective reality.

The "Japa" Yogi learns to find him or herself in a regular and normal, everyday life. Even lawyers can learn about themselves. So, have at it and don't look back.

Enjoy, and Happy Thanksgiving, brother,

Rev. Ken

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