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Hot under the collar

The FCA.

I promised myself I would not blog about this new church grouping because it seems  many vicar/church person type persons are having a go at commenting on  this phenomenon Who/what is it?

A new power in the Church of England is waiting to take control if the current leadership permit any further liberalization, warned the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (FCA) UK at its launch in London today ( Monday)

Over 1,600 people turned up at Methodist Central Hall in Westminster, including leaders from around the Communion, to celebrate the fellowship which currently describes itself as a movement rather than an organization. However, Archbishop Bob Duncan, of the new Anglican Church in North America, made clear that FCA UK could follow the route of the North Americans in forming a new Church if they saw the Church of England stray too far from its traditional roots.

That leadership( The Church of England Leadership) was criticized in no uncertain terms by the Bishop of Fulham, the Rt Rev John Broadhurst, the Chairman of Forward in Faith International, who said: “Satan is alive and well and he’s residing in Church House.”

Really???? asks Paxtonvic – thats a bit strong!!

If you want to read one critique of this CFA movement, I would recommend the very sensible church mouse: go to mouse’s blog and scroll down to his

Launch of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans entry.

Mouse is much better than me at putting his thoughts  into words, and I certainly agree with him on this topic.

July 8, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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