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May 7, 2012


Archbishop Wabukala Withdraws Support from Bishop Murphy’s New Thing

I was surprised to learn that Archbishop Wabukala had thrown his support behind Bishop Murphy’s new thing. Perhaps he was surprised too? Here’s Bishop Murphy’s announcement of the Archbishop’s withdrawal:

I received word this morning via email that Archbishop Eliud Wabukala has withdrawn from the College of Consultors for the Anglican Mission.  I am obviously disappointed, but I am certain that he has been under enormous pressure from many in the GAFCON leadership. Our commitment to move forward with our vision to position the AMiA as a ‘Society of Mission,’ and to hold the necessary convocation to ratify a formal Constitution and Statutes on June 4th in order to give shape and order to our common life in the Mission, will continue.”

This is good news. And, whatever the backstory, a wise move for ++Wabukala. The Murphyite group should be given no legitimacy in the Communion until there is public repentance.


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Matt+ Do you think repentance will happen or will +Murphy just continue on in his merry way regardless of what the rest of the Anglican world thinks?

[1] Posted by SC blu cat lady on 5-7-2012 at 09:08 AM · [top]

I don’t think it will happen. But I pray that I am wrong.

[2] Posted by Matt Kennedy on 5-7-2012 at 09:28 AM · [top]

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