Anglican Church of Australia

 

Newcastle diocesan flaws allowed perpetrators to operate for more than 30 years

Primate accepts findings about Church's institutional, systemic and personal failings over child sexual abuse

 

Brain for Bendigo as Robinson resigns

The Anglican Diocese of Canberra-Goulburn has lost two senior leaders in the space of a week, with the resignation of Bishop Stuart Robinson and the appointment of Bishop Matt Brain as Bishop of Bendigo.

 

David Ould looks at the Australian marriage survey results

Well, Australia has voted “yes” in the much-debated Postal Survey on marriage

 

Statement from Archbishop Davies on the same-sex marriage result

Protecting individual freedoms - freedom of speech, freedom of conscience and freedom of faith - need to be balanced with the move to address same-sex marriage.

 

Life as God’s gift

An ongoing push in Australian parliaments for euthanasia or “assisted dying” has been unanimously rejected by Sydney’s Synod

 

Sydney synod focuses on mission

Sydney Archbishop Glenn Davies has used his Presidential Address as a rallying call to stand firm in proclaiming the gospel.

 

Peter Jensen responds to the Ashenden consecration

GAFCON general secretary distances his organization from events on the ground in England

 

Is Gafcon divisive

Peter Jensen responds to the canard that Gafcon is a stalking horse for schism

 

Scots ‘impair’ communion with Australia

The General Synod has acknowledged that relationship with the Scottish Episcopal Church has been impaired by the SEC removing gender from its marriage canon.

 

General Synod Day 4 - putting things right

Domestic abuse was the focus of discussion on the fourth day of Australia's general synod reports David Ould

 

Australian synod rebukes Scottish Episcopal Church over gay marriage

In a complex but mainly well-tempered debate the Anglican Church of Australia’s General Synod has passed a motion regarding the recent move by the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) to change their ca