February 2017

 

A Historic Weekend in Rome

The Church of England's Bishop in Europe reports on Pope Francis' visit to an Anglican parish in Rome

 

South Carolina to vote on joining ACNA

The Diocese of South Carolina is expected to join the Anglican Church in North America at their 226th Diocesan convention, which will be held at St. Paul’s Church in Summerville, March 10-11, 2017.

 

Canterbury tours East Africa

The Archbishop of Canterbury has completed a week-long visit to Africa to meet Primates in four Anglican Provinces.

 

The Society defends the integrity of Bishop North

Bishop of Wakefield responds to Martyn Percy's call for Philip North to refuse the see of Shefield

 

Bruno suffers set back in California appeal

 A state appellate court on Friday threw out part of LA Episcopal Bishop Jon Bruno’s lawsuit against the Griffith Co., donor of the St. James the Great Episcopal Church site in Newport Beach.

 

Indian bishop ordered to appear before court to answer fraud allegations

Police in the city of Tiruppur in Southern India’s Tamil Nadu state have registered a fraud case against the Bishop in Coimbatore.

 

 

Czech Christian flies home from Sudan after presidential pardon

Release International calls on Khartoum to free two Sudanese men jailed with him, Rev Hassan Abduraheem and Abdulmonem Abdumawla

 

South Africa bishops' statement on university protests

 

The Synod of Bishops ... reflected on the state of education in South Africa with specific regard to the disruptions of the educational process arising from the protests over university fees, curricula and the living conditions, transport problems and safety of students 

 

Elders of the Tribe

Bishops do focus the Church, but what they focus is the Church as it is. Being a focus of disunity is not therefore in itself a sign of pastoral failure.