August 2017

 

The Trans Dilemma – Human Dysphoria & the Life of Brian

The problem, the dysphoria, may lie more in the heart and soul than our biological formatting.

 

Oriental Christians: 2000 years of history

Exhibition 26 Sept 2017 to 14 Jan 2018 at the Institute du monde arabe, Paris

 

Bendigo v Sydney documents

Documents distributed to the Australian bishops in the dispute over the participation of Australian bishops in the Lines consecration

 

Fallout in Australia over Lines consecration

Archbishop Freier asks for Appellate Tribunal review of Australian participation in the consecration of the ACNA's Andy Lines

 

Presiding Bishop's Hurricane Appeal

Michael Curry asks Episcopalians to support relief efforts in Texas

 

What we learned from Hurricane Katrina

It is very, very hard to watch images coming out of Houston in the wake of Harvey. Katrina left deep scars. When I see an image of my hometown under water, I can look past the damage and heart ache. And what I see is the church there about to experience its finest hour. 

 

Bishopscourt burgled in Nassau

Armed robbers invaded the home of the Bishop of The Bahamas this morning

 

“War on terror” shuts down churches and prayer

Churches shuttered by police over concerns they will iritate Muslims

 

New archbishop elected for the Indian Ocean

The Bishop of the Seychelles, the Rt. Rev. James Wong Yin Song, has been elected Archbishop of the Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean, in succession to Archbishop Ian Ernest.