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Symposium on the Role of Religion in International Affairs

[WCC] The inaugural symposium in 2015 will be on human dignity and human rights.

24 December 2014

2015 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

[WCC] At least once a year, Christians are reminded of Jesus’ prayer for his disciples that “they may be one so that the world may believe”

24 December 2014

'Literally a miracle' - Episcopal Diocese forgives $93,000 debt

[] If you ask the Revd Eugene Burton, miracles are real.

22 December 2014

History made, as Anglicans, Oriental Orthodox agree on Christ's incarnation

Senior Anglican and Oriental Orthodox theologians have healed a 1,500 year-old rift caused by a disagreement over Christ's incarnation.

27 October 2014

International Commission for Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue meet

The International Commission for Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue (ICAOTD) met at St George’s Anglican Cathedral, Jerusalem, from 17 to 24 September 2014

24 September 2014

Abp Welby invokes Holocaust at vigil for Middle East minorities

[Church Times] Archbishop of Canterbury: " There has not been treatment of Christians in this region in this way since the invasion of Genghis Khan in 1259, 1260"

03 September 2014

AOCICC Communique

The Anglican-Old Catholic International Co-ordinating Council Internationaler Anglikanisch/Alt-Katholischer Koordinierender Rat (AOCICC) Communiqué

02 September 2014

CofE, Methodists committed to safeguarding collaboration

The two Churches remain committed to joint working on safeguarding but "changes are needed in the light of new demands".

26 August 2014

Canada: Youth discover that ministry is ‘worth it’

At CLAY 2014, Anglican and Lutheran youth gathered for worship, to explore different areas of ministry, and to discuss issues such as faith and social media, right to water, and being Church in today’s world.

20 August 2014

Rendez-vous avec Joanne Coyle Dauphin

Rendez-vous avec Joanne Coyle Dauphin, diacre permanent à la cathédrale américaine de Paris

07 July 2014


VIDEO: Father, make us one! Join young Christians praying for Christian unity


Is religion to blame for war and violence?

Karen Armstrong’s book, Fields of Blood, is an ambitious project that looks closely at the interrelationship of religion and violence.

Stirring the air at Te Waipounamu

The united voices of rangatahi in the Anglican Maori Diocese of Te Waipounamu welcomed diverse faiths to this year’s Ministry School – Kura Rumati.