Tag: Intents And Purposes

Boston Gay Marriage – TEC have Completed the Circle

My thanks to Charlene Smith of the Episcopal Divinity School in the US who has supplied me with a copy of the liturgy used last Saturday for the marriage service in Boston Cathedral. You can download the service yourself here

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Synod Vote on the Covenant

General Synod meets today and over the course of the next few days will discuss a number of things, including the controversial (for some) Anglican Covenant. The debate will take place on Wednesday morning and will finish with a vote

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Off to Rome!

Before you get all excited, this blog post is not about me announcing my membership of the Ordinariate. No, that’s never going to happen as long as Rome believes silly things about Mary and Papal infallibility. However, that doesn’t seem

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Gay Wedding – What we should do now

In my previous two posts I have examined the liturgy of the London Gay Union, showing that it is to all intents and purposes a mirror of the BCP Marriage Service, and looked at the theology of the liturgy and

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Civil Sisterships?

An interesting piece in the Telegraph yesterday about two elderly sisters who want to be able to have a Civil Partnership so they can leave their property to each other without paying tax. The only problem is of course that

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