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Anglican Unscripted Episode 93, February 21, 2014 February 22, 2014

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Anglican Unscripted is the only video newscast in the Anglican Church. Every Week Kevin, George, Allan and Peter bring you news and prospective from around the globe.

Story Index
00:00 A House in Wisconsin
16:08 Interview with Bishop Salmon
24:28 Where’s Welby?
30:27 Agnostics Have Theology
44:50 The New Iron Lady
49:10 Facebook Diplomacy
53:22 Closing and Bloopers

Anglo-Catholic seminaries to ink mission agreement: The Church of England Newspaper, September 20, 2012. September 22, 2012

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Two Anglo-Catholic seminaries will sign a covenant next month in Oxford to strengthen the Catholic witness in the Anglican Communion. The Episcopal Church’s sole Anglo-Catholic seminary, Nashotah House in Wisconsin, and St. Stephen’s House in Oxford on 4 Oct 2012 will endorse “Strengthening the Bonds of Affection: A Mutual Covenant for Ministry” that pledges the schools to a programme of mutual ministry.

The schools will adopt a joint mission statement, create a seminarian exchange programme and coordinate their academic priorities. “Both St. Stephen’s House and Nashotah House share a common and rich ancestry, emerging from the Catholic Revival of the nineteenth century,” said the Bishop Edward L. Salmon, Jr., Nashotah House dean, “and by working together we can be a monumental blessing to our church and to our world.”

The Rev. Canon Robin Ward, principal of St. Stephen’s House noted “St. Stephen’s House and Nashotah House are the preeminent Anglo-Catholic seminaries serving the Anglican Communion today, and affirming our common heritage while seeking new ways to expand our vision together will plant seeds that, by God’s grace, will produce fruit – fifty, sixty and even a hundred fold.”

First printed in The Church of England Newspaper.