1. Whither Welby?
    Sent April 6th 2014

    Whither Welby? I doubt that anyone reading this message needs to be told about Justin Welby’s appearance on a radio call-in show on Friday. Many have commented on his performance, and I fear I am rather late to the party. On the other h...

  2. Evaluating the TREC Study Paper on Networks
    Sent March 24th 2014

    Evaluating the TREC Study Paper on Networks The Task Force on Reimagining the Episcopal Church (TREC) has now issued two study papers. Probably because it is recommendation-rich, the second paper, on governance and administration, has attracted a fair am...

  3. Line Breaks in the BCP's Rendering of the Nicene Creed
    Sent March 17th 2014

    Line Breaks in the BCP's Rendering of the Nicene Creed In the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, the Nicene Creed is, presumably, formatted for easy reading by a congregation. Im not sure we read it as intended, however, and, in any case, the formatting of the ...

  4. A Tale of Two Litigants
    Sent March 15th 2014

    A Tale of Two Litigants On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied a petition from The Falls Church Anglican to review the Virginia Supreme Court decision favoring the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia in the churchs property dispute with the diocese. This end...

  5. Is the Primate of the Church of Uganda Threatening the Church of England?
    Sent March 6th 2014

    Is the Primate of the Church of Uganda Threatening the Church of England? Although the news reports were a bit murky concerning exactly what Archbishop Stanley Ntagali said regarding the Church of Uganda’s possible break with the Church...

  6. Some Initial Thoughts on the TREC Study Paper on Governance and Administration
    Sent February 27th 2014

    Some Initial Thoughts on the TREC Study Paper on Governance and Administration The Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church has issued its second study paper. This latest document discusses the General Convention and church administration. My late...

  7. Premiere of "Holy Eucharist"
    Sent February 23rd 2014

    Premiere of "Holy Eucharist" My choir sang my new hymn Holy Eucharist in church this morning. My blog post about it, Premiere of Holy Eucharist, includes audio from the service. Best regards, Lionel /Lionel Deimels Farrago Lionel Deimels Web ...

  8. Two New Posts
    Sent February 19th 2014

    Two New Posts I wrote two posts today. The first is only of interest to people in the Diocese of Pittsburgh. It announces a program that Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh is sponsoring on February 24. PEP Meeting Focuses on Leadership Formation can...

  9. Three Messages about Anti-gay Legislation
    Sent February 6th 2014

    Three Messages about Anti-gay Legislation In response to anti-gay legislation in Uganda and Nigeria, three statements were released from Anglican leaders. Strong ethical statements came from leaders of The Episcopal Church; from the Church of England, no...

  10. PEP Writes to the Archbishop
    Sent January 29th 2014

    PEP Writes to the Archbishop Last week, Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh wrote to Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to complain about the appointment of the Rev. Dr. Tory Baucum as one of the Six Preachers of Canterbury Cathedral. PEPs letter ...

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