(Canadian Press) Reasserter Anglicans take fight to top court

Breakaway members of Anglican churches in B.C. opposed to same-sex blessings want to take their battle over church buildings and bank accounts to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Earlier this week, the group filed an application for leave to appeal to the high court.

The group has lost at the two lower court levels in British Columbia, but its lawyer, Cheryl Chang, said there remain many questions for the Supreme Court to answer.

“If any congregation splits over theological differences, the question that we’re raising for the Supreme Court of Canada is, what do you do in this post-modern, secularized environment?” Chang said.

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