Interviews

Coptic Patriarch opens door for Egyptian Christians to visit Israel

The Coptic Orthodox patriarch, Pope Tawadros (Theodore) II of Alexandria, has relaxed the prohibition on Egyptian Christians and Copts from visiting Israel....

Julian Mann on leaving the Church of England

Anglican Mainstream asked Rev Julian Mann some questions about his move from the Church of England to the FCE:

Anglican Unscripted 517 – Archbishop Beach Interview

Kevin Kallsen and Archbishop Beach break down the latest news from the ACNA, GAFCON, CofE and the best vacations. Order ACNA Book of...

Unique chance for Sri Lanka to find forgiveness and reconciliation

A Sri Lankan born Anglican minister has urged Christians in Sri Lanka to uphold the mercy and forgiveness of the gospel...

‘The crisis for freedom and faith’

John Anderson (former Australian deputy prime minister) in conversation with Gavin Ashenden

Jones denies abuse cover up

Former Bishop of Liverpool passes blame onto Lord Hope The former bishop of Liverpool has denied allegations he covered up clergy sexual abuse. The Rt....

New wave Anglicanism arising in England

Not an end, but a new beginning - James Paice tells Thomas Creedy the future will be a mixed economy of Anglican churches  1) Hi,...

Christian Life in Exile

Rod Dreher interviews Peter Sanlon about the state of faith and freedom in England Last week I wrote a post in which I spotlighted a warning from...

Kenya’s archbishop responds to forgery reports

The Archbishop of Kenya did not sign, nor did he approve, a letter released under his signature that was posted to the provincial website...

Latest articles

CSI places diocese of Krishna Godavari under national church...

The CSI Synod has appointed an Administrative Committee to manage the affairs of the Krishna Godavari Diocese. In an “order” dated 28th...

Burundi drive to combat violence against women

Several hundred men, women and young girls and boys mobilized on Saturday 30 November 2019 in the commune of Buhiga to demonstrate...

Sudan repeals repressive “Public Order Laws”

CSW welcomes the repeal of Sudan’s repressive Public Order Laws, announced on 29 November, but remains concerned that the country's Criminal Code...