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  Forward in Faith UK - The London Plan
Because the London Plan is between six bishops, the original deeds stated that the declaration was intended to bind successors in title until rescinded by the Bishop of London and a majority of the suffragan bishops.
The Bishop of London is (inter alia) primarily responsible for ordaining, instituting and licensing clergy in the Diocese of London.
Episcopal oversight shall be exercised by the said Bishop of London or Stepney, or Kensington, or Willesden, or Edmonton and the Bishops pledge themselves to exercise such Episcopal oversight fairly and justly regardless of gender, or of the differing beliefs and positions concerning the ordination of women to the priesthood.
www.forwardinfaith.com /about/uk_london-plan.html   (1248 words)

 Bishop of London, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Roman Catholic Diocese of London, Ontario was created out of the Diocese of Toronto, along with the Diocese of Hamilton, Ontario, by Pope Pius IX on February 21, 1856.
Pierre-Adolphe Pinsoneault was named the first Bishop of London on May 18 of that year.
The headquarters of the Diocese, St. Peter's Basilica, was dedicated in 1885, and it officially became a basilica in 1962.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roman_Catholic_Bishops_of_London,_Ontario   (243 words)

In 314 Restitutus, Bishop of London, was present at the Council of Arles, and legend purports to have preserved the names of several of his predecessors and successors (Geoffrey of Monmouth), a claim which the modern historian, Dr. Stubbs (Episcopal Succession), treats with respect.
London at this time consisted of a collection of low wooden houses thatched with reeds or straw, thus affording combustible material for the numerous and destructive fires which frequently broke out, as in 1087 when the greater part of the city, including St. Paul's, was burnt.
The bishop himself and many of his clergy were imprisoned and after the excommunication of Elizabeth, in 1570, the martyrdoms began again, reaching their height in point of numbers in 1588, the year of the Spanish Armada.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09341a.htm   (9600 words)

 Bishop of London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Bishop of London is the Ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of London in the Province of Canterbury.
The see is in the City of London where the seat is located at the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul which was founded as a cathedral in 604 and was rebuilt from 1675 following the Great Fire of London (1666).
Because the Bishop's diocese includes the Royal palaces and the seat of government at Westminster, he has been regarded as the 'King's bishop' and has historically had considerable influence with members of the Royal Family and leading politicians of the day.
www.pineville.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Bishop_of_London   (532 words)

 APPOINTMENT OF BISHOP OF GIBRALTAR IN EUROPE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Constitution of the Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe states that the Bishop of the Diocese shall be appointed by a panel made up of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Bishop of London and an Episcopal member of the Anglican Consultative Council.
Bishop Geoffrey’s ministry to date has been characterised by pastoral care, theology and teaching (he is a distinguished church historian) and contributions to improving relations between the Churches.
The Diocese of Gibraltar was formed subsequently in 1842, and in 1883 the Bishop of London appointed a Suffragan Bishop, the Bishop of Fulham, to care for the chaplaincies and congregations in Northern and Central Europe.
www.archbishopofcanterbury.org /carey/releases/010514.htm   (725 words)

 Episcopal News Service
Tom Butler, Bishop of Southwark (61) Bishop since 1998, and former bishop of Willesden and of Leicester, Butler is a leading spokesman on asylum and immigration issues.
James Jones, Bishop of Liverpool (53) One of the youngest bishops, Jones was translated in 1998 from Hull.
Kenneth Stevenson, Bishop of Portsmouth (52) Stevenson is a liturgist and scholar, educated at Edinburgh, Southampton and Manchester, and the holder of two doctorates.
www.episcopalchurch.org /3577_20603_ENG_HTM.htm   (990 words)

The third bishop was the Rev. Denis O'Connor, a Basilian, and superior of the Assumption College, Sandwich, consecrated on 19 October, 1890.
Bishop McEvay was born at Lindsay, Ontario, on 8 December, 1852, and ordained priest on 9 July, 1882.
As fifth Bishop of London, the pope appointed on 14 December, 1909, the Very Rev. Michael M. Fallon, provincial of the American province of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09353a.htm   (636 words)

 Diocese of London - Bishop of London
He was Director of Ordinands for the Central London Area of the London Diocese from 1985 to 1992 and Professor of Divinity at Gresham College from 1986 to 1992.
The Bishop is involved with numerous organisations and charities and is a Trustee of the St Catherine's Sinai Foundation, Chairman of the Churches Main Committee and Chairman of the Church of England Heritage Forum, which brings together all those concerned with the care of the churches and cathedrals in England.
He is the representative of the London Church Leaders on the London Pride Partnership, Prelate of the Imperial Society of Knights' Bachelor and the Ecclesiastical Patron of the Prayer Book Society.
www.london.anglican.org /BishopOfLondon   (375 words)

 Prophets, Priests and Kings - The Bishop Of London
BISHOP CREIGHTON wrote the History of the Papacy; his successor preached on When it was Dark.
Bishop," said the stockbrokers who gathered round him after he had preached to them at Wall Street: Bishop "—and they grasped his hand-" you've made us feel real good." Then I have no doubt that they went back cheerfully to the business of rooking their neighbours.
It is perhaps to be regretted that the Bishop of Stepney ever became the Bishop of London.
www.oldandsold.com /articles28/prophets-priests-kings-18.shtml   (1974 words)

 Bishop Montgomery: A Memoir (1933)
In this short Life of Bishop Montgomery it is not possible to give any detailed account of the journeys he took on behalf of S.P.G. The bishop kept very full diaries of each journey, but they all make frequent and intimate mention of people still living.
Bishop Montgomery was much impressed by the kindness and hospitality of the Americans.
The bishop sailed for home in the Asteria, and after the second day out he made the delightful discovery that it was his old ship, the Tainui, in which he and his family had first gone out to Tasmania.
justus.anglican.org /resources/pc/england/hhmontgomery1933/12.html   (991 words)

 Feature: The Next Archbishop of Canterbury: London   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Richard Chartres, Bishop of London since 1995, is the right age to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury and certainly has the ability.
He put a quick end to the tradition whereby the Bishop of London's staff sniped at the performance of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
He is very proud of the fact that church attendance in London has risen while he is the bishop.
cargo.ship-of-fools.com /Features00/NextABC/London.html   (514 words)

 Pope: London bombings are 'barbaric acts against humanity' | The-Tidings.com
Pope Benedict XVI decried a string of bombings that struck central London as "barbaric acts against humanity" and said his prayers were with victims and their families.
Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern condemned the London attacks as "a fl mark on society." He was told of the emergency as he was leaving the Vatican after a private audience with Pope Benedict that morning.
Bishop Arthur Roche of Leeds, England, who served as an auxiliary bishop in London in 2001-2002, offered prayers "for all those caught up in this appalling tragedy in London and to the friends and relatives of those who have been killed."
www.the-tidings.com /2005/0716/londonmain.htm   (1397 words)

 Aldersgate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Aldersgate was a gate in the London Wall in the City of London, which has given its name to Aldersgate Street, a road leading north from the site of the gate, towards Clerkenwell in the London Borough of Islington.
Aldersgate Street contained the Bishop of London's Chapel and his chambers at London House, which was used from the eighteenth century because it was closer to St Paul's Cathedral than his official residence at Fulham.
Aldersgate is one of 25 wards electing councillors to the Corporation of London.
www.bucyrus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Aldersgate   (269 words)

 Bishop of London outlines gay policy to Reform:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Rt Rev Richard Chartres, the Bishop of London has been reported, according to the Sunday times, as warning his gay clergy to end homosexual relationships or face disciplinary action.
Bishop Chartres confirmed he had told the evangelical meetings that he would take action but declined to specify what he planned.
"Perhaps the bishop should start with his own senior staff and colleagues since there are gay archdeacons in the diocese of London, not all of whom are known to be celibate," he said.
www.changingattitude.org /news_u_c_london_gay_policy.html   (479 words)

 Anglican Communion News Service - 807
We have a glimpse of the 12th Bishop, Restitutus, attending a committee meeting in France in 314 when London was a busy trading centre and part of a united Europe (sounds familiar).
The 92nd Bishop, Nicholas Ridley, was burnt at the stake for his faith in the great crisis of the Reformation.
The 123rd Bishop Mandell Creighton was close to the heart of the intellectual convulsions of the 19th century.
www.anglicancommunion.org /acns/acnsarchive/acns0800/acns807.html   (997 words)

 MELLITUS - LoveToKnow Article on MELLITUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
624), bishop of London and archbishop of Canterbury, was sent to England by Pope Gregory the Great in 6o1.
He was consecrated by St Augustine before 604, and a church was built for him in London by Aethelberht, king of Kent; this church was dedicated to St Paul, and Mellitus became first bishop of London.
About ten years later the East Saxons reverted to heathenism and th~ bishop was driven from his see.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /M/ME/MELLITUS.htm   (120 words)

 BISHOP OF LONDON FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Bishop of London is the Ordinary of the Church_of_England Diocese_of_London in the Province_of_Canterbury.
Previously, for over a thousand years Fulham_Palace was the residence, although, from the eighteenth_century, London House, next to the Bishop's Chapel in Aldersgate Street, was where he had his chambers, and was used as a more convenient place for the Bishop to conduct his affairs.
The current Bishop of London is the Right Reverend and Right Honourable Richard John Carew Chartres, the 132nd Lord Bishop of London, who was installed on 26_January 1996 and who signs ''Richard Londin''.
www.redabacus.com /Bishop_of_London   (480 words)

 Britannia Biographies: St. Cedd, Bishop of London
Bishop Finan of Lindisfarne therefore welcomed the King and a number of his nobles into the Christian faith and Oswiu provided him with four priests to instruct his people further.
He travelled to Lindisfarne to confer with Bishop Finan, who promptly sent this impress young missionary out once more to evangelise the people of Essex, who were sorely in need of some spiritual guidance.
Bishop Cedd always remained fond of his homeland, however, and was wont to make regular visits there.
www.britannia.com /bios/saints/cedd.html   (1029 words)

 Christian News, Updated Daily - Christian Today > Bishop says Wasting Money on Bureaucracy Hampers Mission
The Bishop of London, the Right Rev Richard Chartres, has criticised the Church of England for wasting too much money on bureaucracy during a recent interview with The Church of England Newspaper.
Bishop Chartres is the Chairman of the Church Commissioners, who manage the Church's central finances.
Under the gloom of schism over homosexual bishops within the Anglican Communion, not only the congregation may have been affected to leave the Church, but some of the conservative evangelical parishes have also boycotted their contributions to the central funds in protest of the liberal agenda that accepted homosexual bishops.
www.christiantoday.com /news/church/bishop.says.wasting.money.on.bureaucracy.hampers.mission/222.htm   (877 words)

 Catholic World News : Disgraced Irish bishop ending exile?
LONDON (CWNews.com) -- Bishop Eamonn Casey, who left his Irish diocese in 1992 after admitting that he had fathered a child during an affair with an American woman, today ended his exile in South America.
Bishop Casey, who had been working as a missionary in Ecuador, arrived in London this morning, and reports in Ireland suggested that he was hoping for a clerical assignment somewhere in England.
Bishop Casey left the Galway diocese after Annie Murphy went public with charges that the bishop is the father of her son Peter, who is now 23 years old.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=8262   (236 words)

9) The Bishop of London is (inter alia) primarily responsible for ordaining, instituting and licensing clergy in the Diocese of London
13) The Bishop of London, as the Ordinary in the Diocese in order to continue to be the focus of unity for the whole Diocese, has determined to declare in this Deed that he will not ordain any man or woman to the Office of Priest.
the Bishops pledge themselves to exercise such Episcopal oversight fairly and justly regardless of gender, or of the differing beliefs and positions concerning the ordination of women to the priesthood.
www.bishopoffulham.co.uk /Declaration.htm   (989 words)

 Christian News, Updated Daily - Christian Today > Anglicans Acquire New Hope at 1400th Anniversary of the Diocese of ...
In 314, Diocese of London, Bishop Restitutus along with the bishops of York, Lincoln and Caerleon joined discussions of the current spiritual and administration problems of the church.
Bishops in London had lived in a tiny hut in the middle of vast ruins, ministering to a few villagers.
Revd Chartres commented the history of the Church of London is the history of the Church of God, which is never a straight line of comfortable development with a smooth plot.
www.christiantoday.com /news/church/anglicans.acquire.new.hope.at.1400th.anniversary.of.the.diocese.of.london/86.htm   (786 words)

 ORB - Medieval English urban history - Maldon - Government
In 1287 the bishop and the king (as guardian of the underage heir of the other lordship of the town) were suing the townsmen for infringing various traditional lordly rights.
Some measure of release from overlordship came to Maldon at the beginning of the fifteenth century, when the Bishop of London granted various jurisdictional rights to the townsmen in return for payment of an annual farm, reserving to himself only a few relatively minor local sources of revenue.
At the election in January 1404 we see the result of the Bishop of London's grant the previous year, for two bailiffs were elected – the second superseding the Bishop's administrative officer in the town.
www.the-orb.net /encyclop/culture/towns/maldon2.html   (1885 words)

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This article is just to illustrate the manner in which Bishop Stopford touched my life as a teenager when he visited the school briefly in 1963 and the incident which left an indelible mark on my life.
However, the incumbent chaplain, Rev Michael F.D. Cripps took great pains to remind me long before the Bishop arrived that one should be honoured to assist no less a person than the Lord Bishop of London who ranks only 3rd in the Anglican hierarchy worldwide (after the Archbishops of Canterbury and York respectively).
This left the Bishop and I alone again briefly in the side chapel as I was putting the things away in the cupboard.
www.geocities.com /inayath_1999/oldarticles/stopford.doc   (1171 words)

 Bishop Of London On 'getting On.'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
But the Bishop did not take that line of thought at all, and we are glad that he did not.
It is indeed true, as Wordsworth said, that it is dangerous to look on tyrants with a dazzled eye, and one might add that it is not quite safe for most men to take as their models those who are generally estimated to be successful men.
On the whole, therefore, we say with the Bishop that success in life is a dubious object of desire, since it is connected inextricably with so much that wars against the soul.
www.agsconsulting.com /htdbv5/r2491.htm   (1671 words)

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