Monthly Archives: January 2016

Communion Light – or Heavy?

JANUARY 17, 2016 BY ALIGHTBOWN A tale of two Primates Let me start by being up front: I strongly believe,as a liberal or progressive or, if you really insist revisionist, on matters relating to human sexuality that last week was a … Continue reading

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Anglican Primates challenged on Action re LGBTI Apology

Apology to LGBT community must be followed by action, senior Anglicans warn Archbishop of Canterbury Ruth Gledhill CHRISTIAN TODAY CONTRIBUTING EDITOR 21 January 2016 Reuters The Archbishop of Canterbury Senior Anglicans who wrote to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the … Continue reading

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Archbishop Welby condemns ‘cancer’ of extremism

 by Tim Wyatt  – Church Times –  Posted: 29 Jan 2016 @ 12:04 UN PHOTO/RICK BAJOMAS Summit: Ban Ki-moon’s motorcade leaves Davos, last Friday CHRISTIANITY is not immune from the “cancer” of violent extremism, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said. … Continue reading

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John Vanier addresses Community of Saint Anselm

‘You are more precious than you dare believe’ – Jean Vanier speaks with Community of St Anselm 15 Jan 2016 The founder of the L’Arche movement, Jean Vanier, spoke with members of the Community of St Anselm at Canterbury Cathedral … Continue reading

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Corporate Blessing from Canterbury, Rome & Constantinople

A picture paints a thousand words What thousand words is this picture saying? ++David Moxon’s own report is here, but I suspect Anglicans, Roman Catholics, and Eastern Orthodox might have their own thousands of words to say. Pope Francis is … Continue reading

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Church Times Report on the Primates’ Meeting

The Canterbury tale – Posted: 22 Jan 2016   The GAFCON agenda AS HAD been promised, there was no pre-arranged agenda. On too many occasions before, conservatives had felt manoeuvred away from confrontation by organisers. Thus, when the first day was … Continue reading

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ACNA’s report on Primates’ Meeting

A Statement on Archbishop Beach’s Participation at Primates 2016 The Anglican Church in North America has received numerous questions regarding whether or not Archbishop Beach was “a full voting member of the Primates Meeting.” Archbishop Beach did not consider himself … Continue reading

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