April 2012


ACNA receives two AMiA bishops

The Anglican Church of North America (ACNA) has received two bishops from the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) as honorary temporary assistant bishops.


Lost in the wilderness

At the end of 2012 when he retires to Magdalene College, Cambridge Rowan Williams will have been Primate of All England for a decade. He did not need to retire until June 14, 2020.


Anger over anti-Christian Fatwa

Church leaders in India have joined the call made by Catholic and Orthodox leaders in Europe to condemn the call to tear down all Christian churches in the Arabian Peninsula made by the Grand Mufti


Bishop says just say no to circumcision

Promoting circumcision as a prophylactic against the spread of HIV/AIDs was a waste of government funds, a Ugandan bishop has warned.


Death threats for Kampala bishop

Calls for presidential term limits have led to death threats against a Ugandan bishop.


Archbishop Henri: Réponse à la pétition AMIA

Primat: Mgr Isingoma K. Henri
To: Chairman of the Anglican Mission in the America
Concern: Petition from AMiA


Congo to give temporary home to the AMiA

The Anglican Province of the Congo has given the Anglican Mission in America a temporary home while it seeks to find a permanent place within the Anglican Communion.