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Royal Commission on responses to child sexual abuse makes recommendations in final report

Archbishop Philip Freier has thanked Australia’s Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse for helping the Church to “confront its failings”.

15 December 2017

Cuddly bears bring early Christmas joy to South Sudanese refugees in Uganda

700 teddy-bears which sat on the steps of London's St Paul’s Cathedral in July are now providing comfort to child refugees in Uganda.

06 December 2017

Bishop of Belize: “Children are an important part of who we are”

Bishop Philip Wright has spoken of the importance of children during an interview conducted by a student of Belize High School.

28 November 2017

Webinar to discuss Churches’ global birth registration campaign

The World Council of Churches will hold an online seminar next Monday – World Children’s Day – on the global campaign for birth registration.

16 November 2017

“Don’t forget us” – orphaned girl’s plea leads to film and book of poems

A book of poems written by the girls of an Episcopal orphanage in Honduras has been published as a film about the girls screens at film festivals. 

19 September 2017

Church prepares children to be future leaders in Rwanda

The Archbishop of Rwanda, Onesphore Rwaje, has told children from the church to see themselves as future leaders of church and country. 

17 August 2017

Child abuse inquiry recommends an end to Seal of the Confessional

Australia’s child sexual abuse inquiry says that failing to report abuse - including information given in the Confessional - should be a criminal offence.

14 August 2017

Unreserved apology follows child abuse inquiry

An Anglican mission agency has apologised unreservedly for the mistreatment and neglect suffered by some residents of a former church-run children’s home in Northern Ireland.

23 January 2017

Bishops say Church has failed children, women, and indigenous peoples

A group of Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops say the Church should repent of its failure to protect children, women and indigenous peoples.

25 November 2016

First Māori children’s Bible published

The New Zealand Bible Society has just launched the first Māori language children’s Bible, Tāku Paipera, which has been described as a “wonderful gift”.

24 November 2016

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Why the US-based Episcopal Church needs world Anglicanism

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Lent Resources from around the Anglican Communion

A collection of resources for Lent from the provinces, networks and agencies of the Anglican Communion and partner organisations.

Bishop of Maridi elected to lead the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan

Bishop Justin Badi Arama has been elected as the new Primate of the Church of South Sudan, to succeed Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul.