Creature Conference looks at faith and animals

The Creature Conference heralds a growing recognition that concern for animals is an important matter of Christian faith.

 

Anglican Unscripted #278 - TEC finds Elephant in room

At the TEC HOB this week somebody found an Elephant in the room. He was wearing purple too.

 

West Indian synod underway

Concerns over a province adrift, to be raised at Belize meeting

 

"Shut up!" West African archbishop tells prophets of doom

Archbishop Daniel Sarfo urges Ghanaians to pay no attention to self-appointed prophets

 

Royal Commission ends Anglican phase

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has finished its investigation of the Anglican Church, with a summary hearing in Sydney that revealed some statistics on offe

 

Bishop of Chelmsford calls for church to adopt modern attitudes towards homosexuality

"There is no reason why prayers of thanksgiving for [same-sex] relationships – perhaps a Eucharist - cannot be offered" by the Church of England, argues Bishop Stephen Cottrell. 

 

Jeffrey John writes to protest his being blackballed by the Welsh bishops

My situation is exactly similar to that of the Bishop of Grantham, which was recently defended by the Secretary-General of the ACC, Archbishop Idowu-Fearon, as being entirely compatible with the regulations of any Anglican province.

 

Burundi archbishop to be next Anglican envoy to the Vatican

Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi, Primate of the Anglican Church of Burundi from 2005 until 2016, has been appointed Representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome