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Anglican bishop welcomes Pope Francis’ visit to the World Meeting of Families in Ireland

Bishop Kenneth Kearon has written to Roman Catholic bishops who dioceses overlap with his, to welcome Pope Francis’ visit to Ireland.

15 August 2018

First students graduate from St Frumentius’ Theological College in Gambella, Ethiopa

An Anglican theological college established in the Gambella region of Ethiopia is celebrating after the graduation of its first group of students.

15 August 2018

Tributes paid to Anglican women’s justice campaigner Beth Adamson after tragic death

Tributes have been paid to a leading campaigner for gender justice within the Anglican Communion and the UN, Beth Adamson-Strauss.

14 August 2018

Britain’s Jewish community urged to embrace Church of England’s anti-slavery initiative

Britain’s Council of Christians and Jews is promoting an anti-slavery app that was devised as part of a Church of England initiative.

13 August 2018

Church in Wales highlights “poor upbringing” of Welsh children during Eisteddfod event

Church volunteers are stepping in to provide food and support for struggling families as cuts to public spending impact on child poverty.

10 August 2018

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby set to address UN Security Council

Archbishop Justin Welby will become the first Archbishop of Canterbury to address the Security Council when he speaks on mediation.

09 August 2018

Church Army and Scottish Episcopal Church create a Centre of Mission for Aberdeen

The United Diocese of Aberdeen & Orkney and the Church Army are creating a Centre of Mission for the north-east coastal city of Aberdeen.

08 August 2018

Investigations reveal Malta’s Anglican cathedral tower damaged by World War II bomb

A World War II bomb dropped on Malta “in all likelihood affected the structural integrity of the tower and spire” of the Anglican Cathedral.

07 August 2018

Archbishop of Wales uses cultural festival appearance to highlight child poverty

Archbishop John Davies will use an appearance at the National Eisteddfod tomorrow to highlight increasing levels of child poverty in Wales.

07 August 2018

Rare 700-year-old Bible returns to Canterbury Cathedral, five centuries after it was removed

A rare medieval Bible has been returned to the mother church of the worldwide Anglican Communion, some 500 years after it was removed.

03 August 2018

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The first graduates from Gambella Theological College

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Countdown to Lambeth 2020

Archbishops from around the Communion have been speaking to ACNS about looking forward to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 as planning for the event gathers momentum and giving their views on the importance of the Anglican Communion.

Easter messages from Anglican Primates

A collection of Easter Messages issued by Primates of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion.