We can have this played at Phase II of the division trial, where we demonstrate that there is now a division in the global Anglican Communion.
Why would it be relevant in the remand proceedings that there is a division in the national Episcopal Church? That has been evident for a number of years. The only legal issue was whether this division was the type of division that the state statute addressed. The state Supreme Court seems to think so, but it is of no legal significance since it has been determined that CANA is not a "Branch" of the Episcopal Church. And how does the condition of the"global Anglican Communion" have any bearing on the issues that are before the lower courts on remand?Scout
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