African Anglican Bishops Vow Never to Accept Homosexuality

Published: August 30, 2010

More than 400 African Anglican Bishops have reiterated their stand to sever links with Anglican churches in the West that embrace homosexual practices.This message was clearly conveyed in Uganda recently, during a one week 2nd All Africa Anglican Bishops Conference in Entebbe, which attracted a number of foreign Bishops.

Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni, whose government has frequently criticized gay movements in the country, hosted the bishops for dinner at Imperial Resort Beach where he called on the spiritual leaders to focus on economic empowerment of their believers.

Prelates ignored concurrent calls by local and international gay activists who petitioned them to speak out forcefully against the pending anti-homosexuality.

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