Joy Hunter, director of communications for the South Carolina Diocese, told The Christian Post that the pastoral letter will not change the course the Diocese... [has taken].
"The Diocese of South Carolina has already disassociated from that organization," said Hunter, adding that Schori's authority holds no jurisdiction.
"We disagree with her statement that a diocese cannot leave TEC. It is in error historically, canonically and under the civil laws of this state."
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Posted November 17, 2012 at 8:59 am
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