Monthly Archives: Aug 2017

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Virginia congregation deeply divided over church’s name honoring Robert E. Lee


Irish Bishops Advise Priests With Children How To ‘Face Up’ To Responsibilities


Church offers prayers for victims of Barcelona attack


Award-winning author raises awareness of dementia


Liberal Anglican bishop slams Christian Right for supporting ‘amoral’ Trump


Adventurous plan would keep Christ Church Cathedral a ruin surrounded by reflective pool




 Joy as Owan gets first indigenous Anglican Bishop


African choir sings songs of praise for new lives filled with hope


 Prayer and action following Sierra Leone landslides


Church prepares children to be future leaders in Rwanda


Sudan declared new Anglican province



 African Christians study water, food and climate justice in WCC Eco-Schoo


Clerics bury hatchet

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Sexuality working group of Anglicans in New Zealand publishes interim report

Archbishop of Canterbury calls Mothers’ Union ‘the heart and love of the church


Presiding Bishop responds to Trump’s transgender military ban


State Supreme Court rules The Episcopal Church can reclaim 29 properties from breakaway parishes


This Baton Rouge church assists the needy one wash load at a time




Anglican shelter for child victims of human trafficking to open in 2018 in Ghana


Sudan becomes 39th province of Anglican Communion


Youth discipleship in Katanga



 St Johns ‘was wrong, is sorry’: Anglican bishop on racism at elite school


Fake doctorate claim could sink church leader hopes


Peninsula Paddle opens the blue-green veins of the city


Holy Spirit, Heidveld create garden to honour madiba



Loraine Tulleken

journalist ● editor ● author

Mthatha Refers Election of New Bishop to Synod of Bishops

Kindly be advised that after the 5th ballot, the clergy and representatives of the laity of the Diocese of Mthatha decided today to delegate to the Bishops of the Church of this Province the power of choosing their next Bishop.

Please do continue to pray for the Diocese of Mthatha. – The Venerable Horace Arenz, Provincial Executive Officer

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