Friday, February 16, 2007

A Press Release from the Anglican Communion Network

Network Leadership Calls for Patience and Continued Prayer
for Primates’ Meeting

Pittsburgh, PA -- In a short communication to the Anglican Communion Network office today, Bishop Duncan said he wanted to thank all members of the Network for the tremendous outpouring of prayer support this week. He added that he was who he needed to be during his presentation to the primates of the Anglican Communion which took place on Thursday, February 15 in Tanzania.

"Please keep praying for Bishop Duncan, and everyone involved in this critical moment in the history of Anglicanism. There is still much work to be done. We must be patient and trust that God’s good purposes will be accomplished in Tanzania," said the Rt. Rev. Jack Iker, Network Bishop of the diocese of Fort Worth.

As is customary, the primates of the Anglican Communion and all others participating in this meeting have been asked not to comment on the meeting itself until its conclusion. The meeting ends on February 19.

[received via e-mail. It is probably online as well, just haven't looked yet]


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