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Plenary 3: Capacity Building And Networking -Bishop Albert Chama

22. April 2010

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Plenary 3: Capacity Building And Networking -Bishop Albert Chama

Introduction This paper aims to discuss economic empowerment for the Church, and suggest some methods we need to employ in order to empower the Church economically.  Further, discussion will focus on capacity building and net working in order to sustain the economic development in the Church of the Global South. As far as the...

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Anglican Relief and Development Fund Canada NEWS RELEASE -  26 March 2010

29. March 2010

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The Anglican Relief and Development Fund Canada (ARDFC) is now fully operational and, with the granting of charitable status by Revenue Canada, is able to receive donations and issue receipts for income tax purposes.  Full information is available on the website: www.ardfc.ca.   ARDFC works in close partnership with the...

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Five Talents Program Launched in Burundi to Impact 10,000 People

27. March 2010

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Five Talents Program Launched in Burundi to Impact 10,000 People

Vienna, Virginia — Five Talents is now working in the small Central African country of Burundi, in partnership with the Mothers' Union UK and Mothers' Union Burundi. And, within three years, 10,000 people will be beneficiaries of this project! Since 2000, the Mothers' Union Literacy and Development...

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The Anglican Communion as Communion of Churches: on the historic significance of the Anglican Covenant - Michael Poon

22. March 2010

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The Anglican Communion as Communion of Churches: on the historic significance of the Anglican Covenant - Michael Poon

The paper aims to draw out the historic significance of the Anglican Covenant for the Anglican Communion. It begins by examining the nature and reasons of the “ecclesial deficit” of the Anglican Communion. It points out that the ecclesial status of the Anglican Communion has never been clarified. The Anglican Communion arises...

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Archbishop Mourneer resign from the Standing Committee of the Anglican Communion

01. February 2010

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...I have come to the sad realization that there is no desire within the ACC and the SCAC to follow through on the recommendations that have been taken by the other Instruments of Communion to sort out the problems which face the Anglican Communion and which are tearing its fabric apart. Moreover, the SCAC, formerly known as the join...

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The Covenant: an introduction by Archbishop Drexel Gomez at ACC-14

05. May 2009

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Source: Anglican Mainstream This was Archbishop Drexel Gomez’s presentation to the Anglican Consultative Council this morning. In it he warns that “the Communion is close to the point of breaking up. If we cannot state clearly and simply what holds us together, and speak clearly at this meeting, then I fear there will be clear...

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Latest on the Covenant from ACC-14

05. May 2009

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Opening plenary reports, including Archbishop of Canterbury's welcome speech Archbishop Drexel Gomez’s presentation to the Anglican Consultative Council on 4th May Report from ACC-14 Day Three (by Canon Chris Sugden): The Anglican Communion Covenant and Uganda’s right to choose its delegate A helpful guide to the...

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Anglican Catechism in Outline (ACIO) : A Common Home Between Us

13. July 2008

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The Final Report of the Global South Anglican Theological Formation and Education Task Force presented to the Global South Primates Steering Committee on the Feast of Barnabas the Apostle, 11 June 2008. Download the PDF copy here

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The Compilation of the Catechism (for the Church in China, 1984)

28. March 2007

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CATECHISM - The Compilation of the Catechism Tian Feng No.2, 1984 We praise the Lord that the Catechism compiled by the China Christian Council was published in September, 1983, and has been issued to churches and Christians throughout the country. The book is not very large, but it represents the prayers and united efforts of...

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Bishops approach Communique, Covenant with prayer, reflection

20. March 2007

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(ENS) A weekend of prayer, reflection, and study of environmental sustainability and God’s mission has engaged the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops as its members have prepared to respond to the Primates’ Communique and the proposed Anglican Covenant. The Covenant is the topic of March 19 discussions following a plenary...

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