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[HoB/D] The cyber finger having writ, moves on. Nor all your piety or wit can blot out a single line of it.
[Regarding a report in THE LIVING CHURCH that three bishops are reporting Canon Mark Harris and the Rev. Susan Russell for releasing correspondence circulated by the bishops and their colleagues.] PRIVATE correspondence with bishops? Then why were they circulating it to clergy and/or lay folk? It was not a bishop who leaked this material. If the correspondence were private among bishops, no one else would ever have seen it. Instead, some over-zealous member of their group sent it to encourage other schismatics, and was so fervent that the person did not even carefully check the email addresses of the persons to whom it was sent. They were not concerned to keep the correspondence private among the bishops, but are concerned that the rest of us now know their plots. Nor are are the three complainants generous in not pushing for a trial. They know that they would lose in a trial; besides, smearing costs less and provides a smoke screen to distract attention from their own malice and forethought. This reminds me of the "hot tub chat" Bishop Jack Iker had with Archbishop George Carey. He was so excited that he sent a report broadly, more broadly than he intended. See http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~lcrew/2ikerabc.html. Beware: what is connived in secret shall be made known from the house tops. Louie Louie Crew, 377 S. Harrison St., 12D, East Orange, NJ 07018 973-395-1068 http://queereye4lectionary.blogspot.com/ Queer Eye for the Lectionary
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