The Living Church has obtained a House of Bishops legal memo , indicating that Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has violated the church's Constitution and Canons to the extent that she would face disciplinary action (if the church had any integrity).
The memo says that Bishop Schori exhibited “willful violation of the canons, an intention to repeat the violations, and a pattern of concealment and lack of candor” in manipulating actions against Biblically traditional bishops.
Meanwhile, Episcopal Life has a couple of articles about ministry on South Dakota's Indian Reservations. The first shows the difficult circumstances and often inspiring efforts among Episcopalians and others who share mission work...
But the second article tries to conceal the damning truth about national church leaders. While Episcopal Life admits that hundreds of thousands of dollars were cut from 2008 ministry grants to South Dakota, North Dakota, Alaska and Navajoland, the article does not say a thing about the fact that the Episcopal Church is shifting huge amounts of money to sue dissenting bishops, clergy, lay people, congregations and dioceses that stand up for Biblical truth.
Denominational leaders have refused to answer calls for documentation of the amount being spent on lawsuits, and about which parts of the national church budget are being drained.
Traditional Anglicans have protested the corrupt national leadership for some time. When will progressive Episcopalians wake up and see that the elites in New York are not serving the church's best interests?