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The Primates' Meeting

  • To: HoB/D <bishopsdeputies@hobd.org>
  • Subject: The Primates' Meeting
  • From: Louie Crew <>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2010 15:26:38 -0500

Clearly the primates are an instrument of disunity, not an instrument of 
unity in the Anglican Communion.  For the historic bonds of affection 
which have held the Anglican Diaspora together, many of the primates have 
attempted to substitute bonds of law.

The primates have postured quite beyond any authority given to them 
explicitly by the 38 provinces of the Anglican Communion.  They have 
prodigally wasted precious and limited resources by flying across the 
world time and time again to address not the world's major needs, but 
their own private and personal meanness.  They continue to snarl at each 
other over territory and power.

Rather than pray for their enemies or do good to them, most of the 
primates have attempted an unrelenting scourge of all who do not conform 
to them.

The primates have been meeting for only 32 years and would do the world a 
favor if they disbanded.  Their collective gathering has obviously fallen 
apart in spitefulness and mutual distrust.

Lord, have mercy.  Christ, have mercy.  Lord, have mercy.

Louie, L1 (2009) Newark

Louie Crew, 377 S. Harrison St., 12D, East Orange, NJ 07018. 973-395-1068

----- Original Message ----- 11 Nov. Church of England newspaper - nutty
rumor or nutty idea?? Primates meeting in doubt?

Dublin primates meeting in doubt:
The Church of England Newspaper, Nov  12, 2010 p 6. November 11, 2010
Posted by geoconger in Church of England Newspaper, Primates Meeting 2011.

First published in The Church of England Newspaper.

The Archbishop of Canterbury has proposed suspending the Primates 
Meetingthe fourth instrument of unity in the Anglican Communionin favour 
of holding multiple small group gatherings of like minded archbishops.

See the rest of George Conger's report at