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Primates & Archbishops - for your info and prayer

13. July 2006

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Info and photos of Archbishops/Primates who were at the Red Sea Third Encounter, October 2005. Posting is upon requests by some for info and prayer purposes. There are more information on other sites like ACNS. This list is not complete and may be updated with latest info. Fidele DIROKPA, Congo Peter J.AKINOLA, Nigeria Drexel...

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Global South Primates response to Archbishop Rowan Williams

15. November 2005

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Global South Primates response to Archbishop Rowan Williams

  Archbishop Rowan Williams   Lambeth Palace   London   November 15th, 2005   Thank you, your Grace, for coming to join us at the Third South South Encounter in   Egypt and sharing your thoughts on the four “marks” of the Church as “one, holy, catholic and apostolic.”...

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Third Trumpet: Communique from 3rd South to South Encounter

14. November 2005

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Third Trumpet: Communique from 3rd South to South Encounter

The Third Anglican Global South to South Encounter Red Sea (Egypt), 25-30 October 2005 The Third Anglican South-to-South Encounter has graphically demonstrated the coming of age of the Church of the Global South. We are poignantly aware that we must be faithful to God’s vision of one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church. We do...

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Anglican Global 3rd South to South Encounter - Opening Welcome at All Saints Cathedral, Cairo

13. November 2005

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by Archhbishop Peter J. Akinola, Chairman of Global South Tues 25th October 2005 I welcome all the delegates from the Global South to this historic third gathering of ours. I also welcome all our invited guests and friends from all over the Anglican Communion to Egypt the land replete with much history regarding our faith and...

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Opening Encounter Address at Ein El SUKHNA by Archbishop Akinola

12. November 2005

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WELCOME ADDRESS PRESENTED TO THE DELEGATES TO THE 3RD SOUTH-SOUTH ENCOUNTER HOLDING IN Ein El SUKHNA, EGYPT BY THE MOST REVD PETER J. AKINOLA CON, DD. It is highly probable that more than a few of us have made our way to this particular Encounter with a sense of pilgrimage to the cradle of our doctrinal formularies – for Egypt comes...

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Plenary Session 2: “The Church is Holy” by Archbishop Drexel Gomez

11. November 2005

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Plenary Session 2: “The Church is Holy” by Archbishop Drexel Gomez

Presented by Archbihop Drexel Gomex on behalf of the Province of West Indies. I.  Holiness in Truth and Life: the Early Church and the Church’s mark of Holiness The holiness of the Church has been a matter of confession from the earliest days of the Christian community.  Already in the early 3rd century,...

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Plenary Session 1 - The Church as One by Archbishop Datuk Yong Ping Chung

10. November 2005

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Plenary Session 1 - The Church as One by Archbishop Datuk Yong Ping Chung

The 3rd South to South Encounter, Ain-el-Sukhna, 25 - 31 Oct 2005 Presented at the plenary session on “One,” 25 Oct 2005 by the Most Revd Datuk Yong Ping Chung, on behalf of the Province of Southeast Asia 1. Introduction I feel greatly honoured and privileged to be given the task of presenting the first of the four theme...

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Church’s Hope only in Christ - by Archbishop Rowan Williams, a talk given at the 3rd Encounter

09. November 2005

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Church’s Hope only in Christ - by Archbishop Rowan Williams, a talk given at the 3rd Encounter

I count it a great privilege to spend sadly a short time, but hopefully a time of real sharing and fellowship, with you. As has been said more than once already, the focus of the centre of Anglican energy in the world is very clearly in the global south in our time and it is therefore for me an experience of learning, as well as of...

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Questions to the Archbishop of Canterbury

09. November 2005

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(Please refrain from copying the text but link to this blog if you want it to be mentioned in other sites. - GSA Admin) Questions to the Archbishop of Canterbury Human sexuality and authority Q1. We are all sinners who fall short of the glory of God and we should never use language that demeans another human being. Granting all these,...

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Plenary Session 3: The Church as APOSTOLIC, presented by The Rt Rev George Katwesigye

09. November 2005

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The Church as APOSTOLIC By The Rt. Rev. George Katwesigye, on behalf of the Church of Uganda INTRODUCTION To address the question of ‘APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION’ and its importance to the unity/continuity of Christ’s Ministry through His whole church, and re-echoing Jesus’ prayer before His passion: “I do not pray for these...

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