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He said the words were not specifically directed against the pope, who has been fiercely criticized recently for his role in what critics call a churchwide coverup of clerics 'sexual abuse of children.
A national assembly of Evangelical Lutherans urged its bishops Saturday to refrain from defrocking gay and lesbian ministers who violate a celibacy rule, but rejected measures that would have permitted ordaining gays churchwide.
The churchwide assembly, the chief legislative authority of the ELCA, is meeting here Aug. 6-11 at Navy Pier's Festival Hall.
The council is the ELCA's board of directors and legislative authority of the church between churchwide assemblies.
For Fischer, that understanding translated into some immediate lifestyle changes, including volunteering at a community garden, moving from vegetarian to vegan practices, eating and buying food locally, and participating in the monthly, churchwide fast, initiated last fall by the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. as directed by the 218th General Assembly.
At risk: not just his reputation as leader of the world's 80 million Anglicans but the chance of avoiding a churchwide rift.
Leo XIII designated Feb. 11 a feast day, and Pius X made it churchwide in 1907.
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* The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, for at least urging its bishops to refrain from defrocking gay and lesbian ministers who violate a celibacy rule, even though measures that would have permitted ordaining gays churchwide were rejected.
Two large and influential Episcopal parishes in Virginia voted overwhelmingly yesterday to leave the Episcopal Church and to affiliate with the Anglican archbishop of Nigeria, a conservative leader in a churchwide fight over homosexuality.
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The creation of the ECO follows the PCUSA's churchwide vote last year to lift its longtime ban on gay clergy.
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