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Gloomy financial future facing the Anglican Church of Canada: Anglican Ink, September 25, 2012 September 25, 2012

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Archbishop Fred Hiltz

A strict regime of cost cutting and layoffs has not cured the Anglican Church of Canada’s cash crunch, the primate Archbishop Fred Hiltz told members of the synod of the ecclesiastical province of Canada last week in Montreal.

Archbishop Hiltz stated that the close of the second quarter of 2012, the Anglican Church of Canada was running a deficit of C$900,000. The national offices of the Anglican Church of Canada are not the only institutions facing financial shortfalls, dioceses and church institutions are reporting a decline in income, and last week a seminary announced it was closing its doors.

“The General Synod is struggling financially and if the truth be known we have been on this trajectory for a long time,” Archbishop Hiltz according a report printed by the Montreal Anglican.

Read it all in Anglican Ink.

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1. monk johanan (@shannanclan) - October 2, 2012

Serves them right for following schismatic and heretical theology. Christ is like a burning fire, the Alpha and the Omega. Someone saved out of that heretical and gay mess would be like “brands plucked from the burning!”


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