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WCC, Roman Catholic joint group celebrates 50 years of ecumenical work

Collaboration promoted on inter-religious dialogue, peace building, humanitarian aid as well

26 June 2015

WCC Faith and Order Commission charts future directions

Focus on theological basis for justice and peace pilgrimage, understanding of the Church and moral discernment

25 June 2015

Lusitanian and Spanish Episcopal Reformed Churches mark 50 years full communion with Old Catholic Churches

Presentation of Anglican Old Catholic International Coordinating Council statement "Belonging together in Europe" 

24 June 2015

Southern African Anglican among new vice-moderators of WCC Faith and Order Commission

The Revd Dr Makhosazana K. Nzimande of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa one of five elected at meeting in Romania

22 June 2015

Archbishop of Canterbury and Ecumenical Patriarch make joint call for action on climate change

Leaders write in New York Times about moral responsibility to act now on climate change

22 June 2015

Four Nations Faith and Order Consultation considers current issues

Meeting of representatives from Church of Ireland, Church of England, Church in Wales and Scottish Episcopal Church

18 June 2015

Archbishop Welby joins faith leaders calling for action on climate change

Archbishop of Canterbury and other faith leaders pledge to fast and pray for success of UN climate summit in Paris

17 June 2015

Canada: Anglican church bells ring as reminder of violence against Indigenous women

Calls for solidarity continue to grow in strength during second week of #22 Days project

17 June 2015

Anglican/Episcopal leaders join call for review of Columbia River Treaty

Episcopal-Anglican-Lutheran leadership of Canada and US raise concerns about treaty’s impact on indigenous peoples, climate

16 June 2015

Anglican Communion bids farewell to Interim Secretary General

Recognition of decades-long leadership and ecumenical engagement on behalf of the Anglican Communion

12 June 2015


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US Episcopalians examine church’s ‘unhealthy and unholy’ relationship with alcohol

General Convention passes three resolutions on issues of alcohol and drug abuse and addiction

After 30 years as priests, Brazil's women look toward episcopacy

Despite women in leadership positions, absence of female bishop is cause for concern, question among lay and ordained women