Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Money Looms in Episcopalian Rift With Anglicans

This excerpt is from an article in today's New York Times. Click here to read it all.

As leaders of the Anglican Communion hold meeting after meeting to debate severing ties with the Episcopal Church in the United States for consecrating an openly gay bishop, one of the unspoken complications is just who has been paying the bills.

The truth is, the Episcopal Church bankrolls much of the Communion’s operations. And a cutoff of that money, while unlikely at this time, could deal the Communion a devastating blow.

1 comment:

Dennis said...

WOW. the Bishops just released their answer to the primates and it is a clear and firm NO.
I am surprised: I fully expected to be sold out by the bishops.
I am very proud to be an Episcopalian today.