The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church, Michael Curry, speaks outside St Paul’s Within the Walls Episcopal Church in Rome, home to the Joel Nafuma Refugee Centre, a long-established Episcopal-led ministry of radical hospitality. The centre was dedicated in 1995 and provides sanctuary, advice and assistance for refugees.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby preaches during vespers at San Gregorio al Celio in Rome, part of the celebrations to mark 50 years of closer and deeper relationships between the Anglican Communion and the Roman Catholic Church.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby presented Pope Francis with a silver Cross of Nails Oct. 5 as a symbol of their partnership in the work of reconciliation. Welby took the pectoral cross from round his neck and presented it to Pope Francis during vespers at San Gregorio al Celio in Rome, which they led jointly. The pope then put the cross round his neck. The pope presented Welby with a replica of the pastoral staff of Pope St. Gregory.
When the Church of South India (CSI) was inaugurated on 27 September 1947, it was acclaimed as the most significant event in the Church Union movement, because for the first time after centuries of historic divisions, churches with Episcopal and nonEpiscopal ministries were brought together in a united Episcopal church (Duration: 14’41”).
Glimpses of how the Anglican Church in Southern Africa is implementing its Provincial vision and mission priorities. Produced for Archbishop Thabo Makgoba courtesy of Trinity Church Wall Street (Duration: 20'13").
The US-based Episcopal Church’s ministry in response to North Dakota Access Pipline protests are evolving as attitutes change and winter draws near.
Complaints of church-based sexual abuse in Australia’s internal province of Victoria will be investigated by an independent body with its own board of directors.
The anxiety and grief is almost tangible in the camp
The beginning of the end for super-greenhouse gasses
Being proactive, building links and bringing peace to a world in turmoil – those are the main tasks ahead for the Anglican Communion, according to Archbishop Paul Kwong.
The 50th anniversary of the first public meeting between a Pope and an Archbishop of Canterbury since the Reformation will be celebrated by the current Pope and Archbishop when they meet next week in Rome.
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