Thursday, February 15, 2007

From Reuters: Anglican summit scrutinizes U.S stance on (noncelibate) gay clergy

February 15th, 2007 posted by kendall at 8:54 am

Many conservatives among the world’s 77 million Anglicans are angry with the U.S. church for appointing a presiding bishop who supports Robinson and what they see as its failure to implement the Windsor Report, which was commissioned by Williams in response to the outcry over Robinson’s consecration.

“One of the things the primates have to do is assess whether the Episcopal Church has responded to the Windsor Report,” Canon Gregory Cameron, an Anglican official, told reporters.

The 2004 report asked the Episcopal Church to apologize for the Robinson elevation, impose a moratorium on any more like it and make it clear it opposes the blessing of same-sex unions.

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