Via Media

Via Media

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July 30, 2006

A nationwide alliance of Episcopal laity and clergy says that recent efforts by seven dioceses to seek different alignments within the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion have made those dioceses "a stumbling-block to the faithful, and a millstone around the church's neck."

Via...

July 1, 2004

The Rev. Rosa Lee Harden and her husband, Kevin Jones, were busy turning Every Voice Network into a Web portal for progressive Episcopalians when they began rethinking their long-term goals.

As they attended General Convention and published a daily Every Voice newsletter, the couple...

June 17, 2004

In recent weeks, confusion has arisen among Episcopalians concerning the relationship between Via Media USA (VMUSA) [www.viamediausa.org] and Every Voice Network's (EVN)[www.everyvoice.net] "via media" evangelism curriculum.

"There is no connection between the two organizations other...

March 30, 2004

“I am involved with Springfield Via Media and the larger Via Media organization because, while I object strenuously to the actions of last summer's General Convention, I wish to remain a part of ECUSA. I believe God calls us to work together to discern His will and His yearning for us as a...

March 29, 2004

When representatives of 12 grassroots groups of Episcopalians gathered in Atlanta recently under the umbrella of Via Media USA, they were following a 400-year-old precedent in Anglican life.

“The term ‘Via Media’ comes from the 16th-century Anglican theologian Richard Hooker, whose work...

March 29, 2004

Representatives of 12 independent Episcopal groups opposed to efforts to “realign” the Episcopal Church along more conservative lines met together for the first time at a retreat in Atlanta March 25-27, and emerged as an alliance called Via Media USA.

They represent laypeople and clergy...

December 17, 2003

In the past few months, as statements and meetings have proliferated for those objecting to the 2003 General Convention's two most controversial decisions and talk of "realignment" fills online weblogs (or "blogs"), lists and chat groups, another group of Episcopalians has quietly emerged,...

August 31, 2003

A MONTH AGO, the Episcopal Church -- not unexpectedly -- had its turn in the glare of the secular-media sunlight. At its General Convention, it gave consent to the election of an openly gay bishop and left the door ajar for the possibility of same-sex blessings. To the unchurched, many of whom...

via media, by the Every Voice Network,  is video enhanced curricula designed to proclaim the Goo