This week's top five:

1. Episcopal bishops reject Anglican primates' recent communiqué on issues of governance and homosexuality.

2. Jefferts Schori invalidates the election of a conservative bishop in South Carolina.

3. The Supreme Court is hearing the 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' case. (If you want to know what a bong hit is, see The Wall Street Journal's article.)

4. Christians participate in protesting the Iraq war on its 4th anniversary.

5. Harvard will return the ancient bells they acquired from a Moscow church in the 1930's.

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Index | Episcopal response to Anglican communiqué | Conservative Episcopal vote overridden | Anglican rift | Catholicism | Evangelicalism and church life | Sanctuary | Global warming | Malaria | Islam | Indonesian beheading trial | Crime | Bong Hits 4 Jesus | Iraq war protests | Church and state | Politics | Candidates | People | Books and entertainment | Same-sex marriage | Homosexuality | Morality | Life ethics | Mexico abortion bill | Purity balls | Education | Harvard bells | Lent | Other

Episcopal response to Anglican communiqué:

  • American bishops reject primates' communiqué | The House of Bishops has declined to participate in a pastoral initiative designed by the primates to care for congregations and dioceses which for reasons of conscience cannot accept the Episcopal ministry of their bishop or primate. (Anglican Mainstream)

  • Anglicans closer to schism as US bishops reject gay ultimatum | The Anglican Church took another step towards its apparently inevitable schism when US Episcopal bishops rejected the ultimatum from primates of the Anglican Communion to fall into line over homosexuals. (The Times)

  • Bishops' 'Mind of the House' resolutions | Mind of the House of Bishops Resolution Addressed to the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church (Episcopal News Service)

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