25. June 2015

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Global South Conference, 12th to 18th October 2015 in Cartage, Tunisia, North Africa.

A letter of invite has been issued on 21 June 2015 to Primates and Moderators regarding the coming Global South Conference. It will be held from 12th to 18th October 2015 in Cartage, Tunisia, North Africa. Each Province will be represented by maximum of 7 members (The Primate + 6 members), to include a young person who has an active...
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10. August 2012

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Global South Primates’s letter to the Crown Nominations Commission on the appointment of a new Archbishop of Canterbury

An excerpt from the letter: It is the reality of the Anglican Communion in the 21st Century that the majority of Anglicans are found within the Global South, especially in Africa. Resulting from the faithful witness of Western missionaries over the past two hundred years, Anglicans today stand in worship and witness amidst diverse...
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21. July 2012

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A Communiqué from the Global South Conference on the Decade of Mission and Networking, July 16 - 21, 2012 at Bangkok, Thailand

A Communiqué from the Global South Conference on the Decade of Mission and Networking, July 16 - 21, 2012 at Bangkok, Thailand
  ...with the theme “Be Transformed by the Renewing of the Mind to Obedience of Faith for Holistic Mission in a Radically Changing Global Landscape” (Rom 12.1f; 2 Tim 4.7).    1.  This Conference is a response to the call at the 4th Global South to South Encounter in Singapore April 2010 to gather...
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21. July 2012

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Communiqué of the Global South Primates Bangkok, Thailand, 20 July 2012

1. We, the Primates and representatives of 17 Global South Provinces, met in Bangkok, Thailand, from 18-20 July 2012, in conjunction with the Global South Conference on the Decade of Mission and Networking. 2.  The theme of Conference called the Church to “Be Transformed by the Renewing of the mind to Obedience of Faith for...
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12. July 2012

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Letter from Abp Rowan Williams to participants at GSMC

12 July, 2012 Global South Meeting on Decade of Missions and Networking 16 to 21 July 2012, Bangkok In the Name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, I greet you all as you gather to reflect on a Decade of Mission and Networking.  At the present moment, our world faces the gravest problems.  The cycles of poverty in many...
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02. July 2012

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The Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali Elected 8th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda

The Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali Elected 8th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda
(Photo: Archbishop Henry Orombi & Archbishop Designate Stanley Ntagali) On 22nd June 2012, at a press conference held at the Archbishop’s Palace, Namirembe, the Rt. Rev. Nicodemus Okille, Dean of the Church of the Province of Uganda, announced that the Rt. Rev. Stanley Ntagali was elected the 8th Archbishop of the Church of...
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01. July 2012

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Rennis Ponniah to be installed as the 9th Bishop of Singapore on 20th October 2012

Rennis Ponniah to be installed as the 9th Bishop of Singapore on 20th October 2012
Bishop-Designate Rennis Ponniah to be installed on 20th October 2012, Bishop John Chew to retire on 4th October 2012 On Saturday 12th May 2012, at the 22nd Session of Synod, The Most Revd Bolly Lapok, the Archbishop of the Province of South East Asia announced that The Right Revd Rennis Ponniah has been appointed the Ninth Bishop of...
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19. March 2012

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Obituary for Pope Shenouda III - by Archbishop Mouneer Anis

Obituary for Pope Shenouda III - by Archbishop Mouneer Anis
Together with all Egyptians, the Episcopal / Anglican Church of Egypt mourns the loss of Pope Shenouda III, the Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church. Pope Shenouda passed away yesterday (Saturday 17 March) at the age of 89 and 41 years after his enthronement as the 117th Patriarch of Alexandria. Pope Shenouda was a great example of a Bishop...
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16. March 2012

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Dr Rowan Williams is stepping down from the office of Archbishop of Canterbury at the end of December 2012.

Dr Rowan Williams is stepping down from the office of Archbishop of Canterbury at the end of December 2012.
Archbishop Rowan Williams has today announced his acceptance of the position of Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge with effect from January 2013. He will therefore be stepping down from the office of Archbishop of Canterbury at the end of December 2012. Read more
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07. March 2012

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Why the Covenant Matters - Archbishop of Canterbury

Debate in the Church of England about the proposed Anglican Covenant is still going on. And this is quite a good moment to take stock of some of the issues surrounding that debate and perhaps also to remind people of some of the concerns that lie behind the proposals affecting the Covenant. The Covenant, as it stands, is a document that...
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27. February 2012

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A pastoral letter in Lent season 2012 by Archbishop Eliud Wabukala

Greetings in the Name of our Lord Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith. The disciplines of Lent, which begin on Ash Wednesday, are not intended to be burdensome, but to open our lives more fully to the transforming power of the gospel. Our mission as the Anglican Church of Kenya is simple, yet powerful: it is 'to equip...
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