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The Church of England faces serious issues: membership and attendance have continued to drop with no end in sight, theologically conservative bishops...

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A government order seizing St George’s Anglican Cathedral in Zaria to demolish it to expand the city’s market have been rescinded, the...

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Australian bishop’s sentence of defrocking for abuse coverup overturned on appeal

An appellate review panel has overturned the February 2019 ruling by the Professional Standards Board of the Diocese of Newcastle (Australia) recommending...
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