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Is the Anglican Consultative Council endorsing the National Security Law in Hong Kong?

Chinese authorities are legislating the controversial National Security Law in response to 2019 Hong Kong anti-government protests. Instead of proposing the bill...

Orthodox and Anglican appeals from 1920 remain inspiration for unity

One of the foundational moments in the modern ecumenical movement is an encyclical letter issued 100 years ago by the Ecumenical Patriarchate...

Cleanse, don’t close, the Titus Trust

Now that the Iwerne camps at which the serial abusers John Smyth and Jonathan Fletcher groomed their victims are closing, should the evangelical Christian...

Texas Supreme Court Repudiates ECUSA’s Sophistries

In a comprehensive and unanimous thirty-page decision filed Friday morning, May 22, the Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of Bishop Jack L. Iker and...

Letter to the editor: Is General Synod a creation of the state?

Alan Bartley asks why General Synod has relinquished voluntarily its independence Sir, In the light...

Letter to the editor: Ninth commandment concerns about the Bishop of Chichester

Richard Symonds of The Bell Society believes the General Synod of the Church of England and the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual...

This is just what we need, and should expect, from church leaders, concerning the birdemic

Kudos to the group of Roman Catholic Cardinals and an Archbishop (with many other signatories) who have produced a statement concerning the birdemic which is exactly...

God is at work, even when our church buildings are closed

An op-ed article written by the Archbishop of York-designate, Stephen Cottrell that appeared in the Telegraph on 11 May 2020.

Sydney: Responding to domestic violence

Nothing is normal in our society as it meets the challenges of COVID-19 - but some things are made worse by the...

Muppet bishops?

In a hard-hitting article in The Tablet, Peter Selby, former Anglican Bishop of Worcester, warns that post coronavirus:  The...

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When the Cameras are Gone, We Will Still Be...

A word to the Church from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: “Our long-term commitment to racial justice and reconciliation is embedded in our...

Sydney diocese: Preparing and praying for return

Archbishop Glenn Davies and diocesan bishops have held talks with the NSW government about re-opening churches for up to 50 people as...

A Letter Concerning the Death of George Floyd and...

To the Clergy of the Anglican Church in North America, I am writing to commend the letter below written...

Cape Town archbishop’s message on returning to worship

Dear Parishioners, Clergy and Bishops It is with awe and trepidation that I welcome President Cyril