Propitiation (Toronto)

Propitiation (Toronto)

Propitiation is a fellowship of gays and lesbians within the Anglican Church of Canada, based in Toronto. It has a sometimes troubled relationship with the local chapter of Integrity. Unlike Integrity, which uses the "Book of Alternative Services", Propitiation favours the "Book of Common Prayer".

Founded in September 1995, Propitiation does not limit its membership to Prayer Book Anglicans, and everyone is welcome. A semiannual newsletter is published, called The "Propitiator" (similar to The "Integrator", published by Integrity).

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*Anglican views of homosexuality

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