Without Comment

Mr Abraham Yisa, Board Chairman of CANA , who was in the U.S. three weeks ago to attend the enthronement of Minns told NAN “that Canterbury had no right to choose who goes to the Lambeth or not”.

Say what?!?

The whole thing is here; h/t Thinking Anglicans.

2 thoughts on “Without Comment

  1. James Day

    Taking the devil’s advocate role, now depositing your own bishop on someelses’ turf is pretty cruddy but is it really any different than us in the US ignoring their request that we not consecrate a gay bishop? We view gay ordinations just as much of a will of God as these guys here belief in consecrating an episcopal insurgent.

    I think what the guy meant is that Canturbery should not be choosing whom it wants to recognize as a bishop

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