Monthly Archives: April 2014

Anglicans in South Africa Celebrate 20 Years of Freedom

Home > Africa SA Primate grateful the Church is reclaiming its prophetic vision Posted on: April 30, 2014 4:07 PM Archbishop Makgoba and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu join faith leaders for the procession of witness Photo Credit: Anglican Church of Southern Africa … Continue reading

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Easter is 50 Days – Not Confined to Christian Countries

Easter: actually it’s 50 days, and nothing to do with ‘Christian country’ ideology Easter is not one day. It is not a week. Easter is not 40 days. Easter is actually a season of 50 days in the churches’ calendar. … Continue reading

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Conservative Anglican leaders back Uganda anti-gay law

Cathy Lynn Grossma | Apr 28, 2014 WASHINGTON (RNS) Leaders of the conservative wing of the worldwide Anglican Communion equate the experiences of Ugandans who support a new anti-gay law with those of victims of an earthquake or a terror attack. The … Continue reading

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GAFCON London Meeting Spreads Anti-Gay Message

Communiqué from the GAFCON Primates Council Grateful for the gracious guidance of the Holy Spirit, and the leadership of its Chairman, the Most Reverend Dr Eliud Wabukala, the GAFCON Primates Council met in London from April 24th to 26th, 2014. … Continue reading

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Selective Bible-Reading not a Moral Code Guide

Quoting Bible texts does not settle moral disputes – Archbishop When it comes to turning to the Bible to solve moral dilemmas, we often see what we want to see, the Archbishop of Wales said today (April 23). In his … Continue reading

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The Tablet’s Invitation to Papal Canonisations on Sunday

Dear Fr.Ron Smith Already in Rome thousands of Catholics are gathering for Sunday’s dual canonisations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II. You can watch Sunday’s ceremony, which starts at 9am BST, live on http://www.thetablet.co.uk, and read reports from … Continue reading

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Church Growth – Not Just About Numbers

It’s not just about the numbers First Posted: 28 Feb 2014 – ‘CHURCH TIMES’ The Church of England has an unhealthy fixation on numerical growth, says Martyn Percy. We should be more concerned with quality, not quantity THE beguiling attraction of … Continue reading

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Rise of Fundamentalism damaging Christianity

Attorney General: Rise of fundamentalism is ‘damaging’ Christianity The rise of religious fundamentalists with a ‘deep intolerance’ to other people’s views has made Christians reluctant to express their beliefs, Dominic Grieve warns Dominic Grieve has warned that fundamentalism is turning … Continue reading

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A Day in the life of the Archbishop of Canterbury

By Cole Moreton – The Telegraph – 7:00AM BST 20 Apr 2014 Read the first part of the exclusive interview with the Archbishop of Canterbury ‘I am not the Pope,” says Justin Welby, not once but several times as we talk. It has … Continue reading

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Triduum : Trials and Triumph from Glasgow Cathedral

What a joy to be in this place today celebrating the resurrection. We began on a high last Sunday and have made our way though this Holy Week. People sometimes call that a journey, a waymarked path, a pilgrimage. But … Continue reading

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