African archbishop will boycott Anglican conference, citing discord on homosexuality
August 04, 2017
The Anglican archbishop of Uganda has announced that he will not attend a conference of Anglican leaders in October, because of sharp disagreements on issues of sexuality.
Archbishop Stanley Ntagali left a meeting of Anglican primates last year, citing the same disagreements. He charged that Anglican leaders in the Western world, and particularly the US and Canada, had “torn the fabric of the Anglican communion” with their acceptances of homosexuality.
- Anglican splits over sexuality: Now Uganda's archbishop confirms he won't attend October's Primates meeting (Christian Today)
- Archbishop of Uganda to boycott global meeting over gay marriage (Africa News)
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Posted by: brenda22890 -
Aug. 05, 2017 6:55 AM ET USA
May he be blessed for his courage.
Posted by: james-w-anderson8230 -
Aug. 05, 2017 2:40 AM ET USA
It appears that Archbishop Stanley Ntagali is more Catholic than the Pope.
Posted by: [email protected] -
Aug. 04, 2017 9:42 PM ET USA
Good for him and God Bless his courage. He needs our prayers.
Posted by: jackbene3651 -
Aug. 04, 2017 7:45 PM ET USA
The Catholic Church is here waiting for you.