A former member of the Lambeth Palace-based Community of St Anselm, Hannah Barr, currently an ordinand in training, reflects on lessons about Christian unity.
In this Season of Creation, the Program Director for the Environment and Sustainable Development at the Anglican Communion Office in New York, the Revd Canon Dr Jeff Golliher, reflects on last month’s World Water Week conference.
The Director for Theological Education in the Anglican Communion, the Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer, reviews The Lambeth Conference: Theology, History, Polity and Purpose, edited by Paul Avis and Benjamin M Guyer.
The Community of St Anselm is a youth-oriented new monastic movement based at Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official-residence and office in London. As the next cohort prepare for their commissioning later this month, one of last year’s members, Katy Hirst, reflects on lessons that local churches can learn from living in community.
The environmental coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Revd Dr Rachel Mash, introduces the Season of Creation.
In a blog written to mark World Water Week (26 – 31 August), Bishop Mark MacDonald, the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop for the Anglican Church of Canada, writes about the dangers lurking beneath the frozen waters of the Arctic.
The Archbishop of Dublin, Dr Michael Jackson, reflects on last weekend’s visit to Ireland by Pope Francis.
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