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Primate congratulates new Sydney Archbishop

Primate of Australia has congratulated Dr Glenn Davies on his election as Archbishop of Sydney.

07 August 2013

Anglican Primate calls royal commission an "historic opportunity to protect Australian children"

Anglican Primate calls royal commission an "historic opportunity to protect Australian children"

The Primate of the Anglican Church said today that the royal commission called by Prime Minister Julia Gillard offered an historic opportunity to protect Australian children.

19 November 2012

The echo of God's love in the midst of tragedy - An address by the Australian Primate

The echo of God's love in the midst of tragedy - An address by the Australian Primate

An address by Dr Phillip Aspinall, Primate and Archbishop of Brisbane, at the All Saints' Church Service Sunday 16 January 2011.

 

22 January 2011

Primate launches appeal for Queensland

Primate launches appeal for Queensland

The Australian Primate, Dr Phillip Aspinall, who is the Archbishop of Brisbane, in Queensland, has launched an appeal to assist flooded parishes in his province.

13 January 2011

Primate's Letter to the Australian Bishops on the Brisbane Floods.

Primate's Letter to the Australian Bishops on the Brisbane Floods.

The Primate of Australia and Archbishop of Brisbane, The Most Revd Dr Phillip Aspinall, has appealed to bishops around Australia to ask their people to donate and pray for those affected by the Queensland floods.

12 January 2011

Australia's Primate to be Lambeth bishops spokesman

Australia's Primate to be Lambeth bishops spokesman

The Most Revd Phillip Aspinall, Archbishop of Brisbane and Primate of the Anglican Province of Australia will act as principal spokesman for the Anglican Communion bishops attending the 14th Lambeth Conference which meets in Canterbury from 20 July to August 4.

02 July 2008

 

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