"This case required a significant commitment from both the Diocese and the Episcopal Church to protect the parish for future generations of Episcopalians, and we are very pleased with the court's ruling," said Heather Anderson of the Goodwin-Procter firm, attorneys for The Episcopal Church. TEC had intervened in the case at the direction of Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori...
The quote is from an Episcopalian public relations release regarding a case in Colorado, but the "protect the property for future generations of Episcopalians" line is used all across the country to justify multimillion dollar lawsuit spending. In the main, the litigation is to eject Christian congregations from buildings and take over bank accounts.
Now comes word that the Diocese of Central New York, which ejected a congregation from Church of the Good Shepherd, Binghamton, is selling the church building to an "Islamic Awareness Center."
In other words, The Episcopal Church is lying. Again. Betraying the work of the Gospel of Christ. Again. Cynically relying upon money and apathetic members, and getting away with it. Again.
h/t BabyBlueOnline, Anglican Curmudgeon