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‘Heroes and Heroines of Our Faith’

Baroness Cox speaks out against the presecution of Christians around the world

 

Prominent Anglo-Catholic convicted on three counts of fraud

Fr Andrew Sloane stole from the collection plate to pay for prostitutes, prosecution charged

 

Joint Anglican-Catholic school for Syrian refugees launched in Jordan

The project will offer 160 children from one to five years of age the opportunity to be cared for in kindergartens

 

Legal challenge to moderator's election in Pakistan

Church of Pakistan ordered to produce minutes of the 15th General Synod for court inspection

 

Nkoyoyo home

The former Archbishop of Uganda, the Most Rev. Livingstone Nkoyoyo has returned home following six months of medical treatment in London

 

Perth pays half a million in legal fees to defend embattled archbishop

Diocese paid $474,000 after insurers refused to cover the costs of Archbishop Roger Herft's legal counsel before the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

 

South Sudan church backs new peace initiative

ECSS has lent its support to a peace initiative launched by President Salva Kiir to end the three year old tribal conflict that has devastated Africa’s newest independent nation.

 

Now 815 Steps In: +Bruno Has Gone Too Far

Allan Haley looks at the legal implications of the "Partial Restriction" of Jon Bruno's ministry

 

Church Attorney calls for Bruno to be defrocked

Church Attorney files amended pleading asking Hearing Panel to depose Bishop Jon Bruno

 

+Bruno Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place

AS Haley looks at the latest in the Bruno affair, and what he finds is not pretty