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A Canterbury Tale: Gerald Bray on Gafcon II and the future of the Anglican Communion

GAFCON II has come and gone, and a great time was had by all 1300 participants, including over 300 bishops, who represented twenty-eight of...

Lament from London: a dying church in England

The Church of England may be doomed, British commentator “Pageantmaster” writes, as it begins debate over the Pilling Report. Hampered by several generations of...

Welby and Gafcon dead in the water

The Archbishop of Canterbury has run hard aground in his attempt to reach out to the Gafcon movement.Archbishop Justin Welby's attempts to mollify the...

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NAF launches pre-paid gas card program to help patients...

Today, amid increasing restrictions on abortion care, the National Abortion Federation (NAF) and its 40-year-old Hotline have announced a new pilot program...

Congregational dynamics and murder

A murder story, widely reported last week in the Press, would not normally have attracted any comment from this blog.  But the...

Church of England to launch independent review into the...

Details of the independent review into the Church of England’s handling of allegations against the late John Smyth QC have been published...