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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - U.S. Episcopal Church
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams is prepared to back Rev. Jeffrey John, a homosexual, to become bishop, according to newspaper reports.
The Anglican archbishop of Uganda has appointed a Dale City priest to head up 26 former Episcopal congregations in the United States.
The Anglican Province of Kenya has appointed its own bishop to oversee about 30 churches in the United States — the third such effort by conservative African bishops to carve out pieces of the U.S. Episcopal Church.