Saturday, October 8, 2011

Under Canon Law Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Would Be Involved With Charges Against Diocese of South Carolina Early On

HMM a important follow up to my post at Episcopal Church USA Goes To War In South Carolina - Def Con 1 (Links)

See the text and link at ACI says Presiding Bishop Had to be Involved in the S.C. Actions if the Canons Were Followed that shows the case for this.

On a side note why do I get a feeling that the "Primate" will find a way to have herself elected for Life. She is taking on a more Papal like role with powers and all so why not.


SJ Reidhead said...

We need to get rid of this woman! She is such an embarrassment. The worst part, is the ECUSA priests I know don't even begin to like her, let alone have anything in common with her extreme liberal values.

The Pink Flamingo

Anonymous said...

The letter of inquiry to the Disciplinary Board was sent pursuant to the "Abandonment" Canon. That Canon got a new Canon number, but is basically the same as the old Abandonment Canon. The Presiding Bishop cannot depose a Bishop who abandons the Church unless the House of Bishops votes that abandonment occurs.

James H said...


Yeah I think the new Diosclpnary canons put a lot of power into hands of a few people