The Glory Has Departed

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a third one is being sent now.

Norma Boeckler, Artist-in-Residence

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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

From Virtue Online - New Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church Is a UOJist

In the Eucharistic prayer, Curry continued his massive changes when he destroyed the scripture from Matthew 26:28. Curry proudly proclaimed that the Lord's blood of the New Covenant was poured out for "all." The Bible reads that the New Covenant is for "many" and the Book of Common Prayer faithfully renders this the same. No, Curry has decided that this is to read "all" without explaining this change.

GJ - Calvinists say covenant. NIV-like.

This shows the rapid downhill trajectory of a denomination when the radicals get some power. The LCMS' DP Benke engaged in pan-religious worship and was protected by the SP and put back in office by his addled district.

UOJ and uni-religion go together. From the installation of Curry:

The Anglican primate of Canada, Archbishop Hiltz, asked God to shower grace upon Michael. An Islamic leader, Dr. Alsanousi asked God to help us understand the Holy Quran. Should I repeat that? Yes, he asked God to help us understand the Holy Quran and then went into long sentences that I assume were Arabic and were not listed in the program. Who knows what he said? I don't. A forgettable Moravian prayer ended the ecumenical portion, leaving the question hanging in the air, Where was the Roman Catholic Church? I for one really missed them. Michael Curry warmly embraced the Islamic leader and then moved rapidly over to the altar.