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Global South Primates Meeting at Kigali: Some different points of view

03. October 2006

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Global South Primates Meeting at Kigali (September 2006): A Photo Report The Primates praying at the Kigali Memorial “May it never happen again.” Abp Clive Handford leading the prayers. Abp Peter Akinola and Abp Emmanuel Kolini laying the flowers. The Deputy Mayor greets the Archbishop of Indian Ocean. ...

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Quo Vadis? – Questions along the Road from Lambeth - A response to CAPA\‘s Invitation

30. September 2006

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“We received   ‘The Road to Lambeth’, a draft report commissioned by the Primates of the   Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) which they have commended to   their churches for study and response. It highlights the crisis that now   confronts us as we consider the future of the Lambeth...

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Some points of clarification on the Kigali Meeting and Communique - Archbishop John Chew

26. September 2006

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List of Kigali Statements and Documents

23. September 2006

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The Kigali Communiqué, with updated links. Global South Anglican Theological Formation and Education Task Force also met and issued this statement. On Economic Empowerment, the team issued this statement and a covenant on ethics. The Road to Lambeth paper was commissioned by the Primates of the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa...

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Response to Kigali Meeting & the Communiqué

23. September 2006

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Response to Kigali Communiqué and Meeting Read the responses of commenters at Titusonenine here and the round up of Kigali here AAC response to Kigali Communique Anglican Communion Network responds  Anglican Network in Canada responds Episcopal News Service’s (ENS) response and a follow up story here George Conger at...

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Ethical Economic and Financial Covenant - Global South Primates, Kigali September 2006

23. September 2006

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Ethical Economic and Financial Covenant As Covenant people, we recognize that we are bound together as members of Christ’s body and are called to live, serve, and minister according to Scriptural and ethical principles.  To that end, Provincial Economic Advisors of Provinces of the Global South offer this Covenant of ethical...

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“Spirit of unity remarkable” - Archbishop Greg Venables

23. September 2006

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Souce: Anglican Mainstream Archbishop Greg Venables, Primate of the Anglican Province of the Southern Cone (in South America) was present at the Rwanda summit and reported that “the spirit of unity at this Primates meeting has been remarkable.” However, he said, “It has become tragically obvious to us that the Episcopal Church in...

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The Road to Lambeth

23. September 2006

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THE ROAD TO LAMBETH The following draft report was commissioned by the Primates of the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) in February 2006; it was received with gratitude by the CAPA Primates on 19 September 2006 and commended for study and response to the churches of the provinces in Africa. The Anglican Communion is at a...

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Global South Economic Empowerment Track Summary Statement, Kigali September 2006

23. September 2006

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GLOBAL SOUTH PRIMATES MEETING: 19-22 SEPTEMBER 2006, KIGALI, RWANDA Global South Economic Empowerment Track Summary Statement Greetings to all our brothers and sisters in Christ in the Provinces of the Global South. The Global South represents areas of diverse economic environments, some in daily desperate need and some in abundance...

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Global South Primates Kigali Communiqué, September 2006

23. September 2006

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Global South Primates’ Meeting The Anglican Communion Kigali, Rwanda September 2006 Communiqué ________________________________________ 1. As Primates and Leaders of the Global South Provinces of the Anglican Communion we gathered at the Hotel des Mille Collines in Kigali, Rwanda, between 19th and 22nd September...

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