News

 

Michael Nazir-Ali: Is Religious Freedom Becoming an “Orphaned Right”

Jeff Walton reports on Michael Nazir-Ali's address to the Religious Freedom Institute in Washington

 

Taz bishop seeks court order blocking disciplinary hearing

Bishop Philip Newell has petitioned the Supreme Court of Tasmania to suspend church proceedings, arguing he is too ill to respond to the charges.

 

Retired Sydney Archbishop Donald Robinson dead at 95

One of the towering figures of Anglicanism in the 20th century has died

 

Calls to expropriate church lands in South Africa

EFF adds churches and traditional tribal leaders to its list of those whose land must be expropriated by the state

 

Moscow's reporting on the Ukraine church crisis

How Moscow newspapers reported on the meeting between Cyril and Bartholomew demonstrates how the Russian press works

 

Archbishop backs national cathedral campaign

Archbishop Daniel Yinkah Sarfo of Ghana backs campaign to build an ecumenical cathedral in Accra

 

Cholera outbreak in Harare

20 dead and a further 2300 infected in latest outbreak of cholera in Zimbabwe

 

First African bishop of Harare laid to rest

Funeral of Bishop Peter Hatendi held at St Mary and All Saints Cathedral in Harare

 

Kenyan archbishop backs forest evictions

Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit urges an end to clashes between displaced migrants and indigenious residents of the Mau Forest

 

CoE priest convicted of abuse dies in prison

A public advocate of clerical celibacy, Grigg abused four teenaged boys whilst serving as rector of Cottingham

 

Bishop Curry’s 'Love' Language Doesn’t Halt Episcopal Decline

Evangelistic language and exhortations to embrace the “Jesus Movement” by Presiding Bishop Michael Curry have not yet resulted in a decrease in Episcopal Church decline, Jeff Walton reports