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Archbishop of Canterbury boosts links to the Commonwealth of Nations

Archbishop Justin Welby has appointed a Special Representative to the Commonwealth – a network of 52 nations – many former British colonies.

16 October 2017

Official Anglican – Oriental Orthodox dialogue group to meet in Dublin

Theologians from Anglican and Oriental Orthodox churches will meet in Dublin, Ireland, next week for the next round of official dialogue.

16 October 2017

Bishop Nigel Stock named as Chaplain to the 2020 Lambeth Conference

The former Bishop at Lambeth, Nigel Stock, has joined the Lambeth 2020 Design Group as Chaplain to the Lambeth Conference.

13 October 2017

God’s Church for God’s World: 2020 Lambeth Conference takes shape

The group tasked with designing the next Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops has been meeting this week to continue their preparations.

13 October 2017

Church called to be “reconciled reconcilers” at launch of international peacemakers movement

Christians should be “reconciled reconcilers”, the Archbishop of Canterbury said as he launched a new “Reconciling Leaders Network”.

12 October 2017

Cathedral to display “the most dangerous book in Tudor England”

St Paul’s Cathedral in London is set to display one of only three-known surviving copies of “the most dangerous book in Tudor England”.

11 October 2017

Irish Roman Catholic primate preaches at Anglican Reformation service

The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Armagh has delivered a homily in the Anglican Cathedral at a service to mark the anniversary of the Reformation.

10 October 2017

Pre-Anglican Lusitanian newspaper archive now online

The earliest copies of the Jornal Igreja Lusitana, the newspaper of the Evangelical Apostolic Catholic Lusitanian Church, have been made available online.

10 October 2017

Prince of Wales opens visitors centre at St Paul’s Valletta

The Diocese in Europe’s pro-cathedral in Malta received a boost when Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, opened its new visitors centre.

09 October 2017

Anglican primates leave Canterbury “refreshed and renewed” after “best” Primates’ Meeting

The leaders of 33 Anglican provinces are returning to their home churches “refreshed and renewed” after this week’s Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury.

06 October 2017

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The Primates’ Meeting 2017: in-depth coverage

Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.

Celebrations as Sudan becomes Anglican Communion’s 39th province

All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.