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Episcopal-owned university revokes disgraced journalist Charlie Rose’s honorary degree

Sewanee: The University of the South, has revoked the honorary degree it had previously awarded to broadcast journalist Charlie Rose.

22 March 2018

Domestic abuse happens in churches too: new research highlights churchgoers’ experience

New research into domestic abuse amongst churchgoers shows that one in four people have experienced abuse in their current relationship.

21 March 2018

Sydney Archbishop welcomes New South Wales Modern Slavery Bill

A Bill to make it easier for police and prosecution authorities to crack down on modern slavery has been welcomed by Abp Glenn Davies.

09 March 2018

US-based Episcopal Church House of Bishops pledges advocacy to end sexual violence

Bishops from the US-based Episcopal Church said they will support moves to end sexual harassment, violence and gender bias.

08 March 2018

Scottish Parliament hosts faith-based gender justice exhibition showcasing women activists

Christian Aid and Side by Side Scotland are staging an exhibition on “Faith in Gender Justice” at the Scottish Parliament, opening today.

08 March 2018

Primate of Brazil calls for men and women to fight together for gender equality

Bishop Francisco, Primate of the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brasil has called on men and women to work together for gender equality.

08 March 2018

Episcopal university vice-chancellor moves to reassure students after Charlie Rose furore

The vice-chancellor of Sewanee: The University of the South, has told students that it “continues to stand against sexual misconduct”.

28 February 2018

Episcopal university faces backlash over honorary degree to disgraced journalist

The University of the South is facing a growing backlash over its decision not to rescind an honorary degree to journalist Charlie Rose.

23 February 2018

Brazil takes “decisive steps towards gender equality” with election of its first female bishop

The Church of Brazil elects its first female bishop, 34 years after it first paved the way for women to serve in all three ministry orders.

24 January 2018

Young women reflect on living a monastic life

More than 10 months after a group of young women began living with members of the Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (SSJD)in Toronto, the inaugural Companions on the Way programme is drawing to a close—an experience that left a major impact on sisters and companions alike.

26 July 2017


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Tairawhiti Bishop, Don Tamihere, elected as Primate of Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia

The Anglican Church of ANZP have announced that Bishop Don Tamihere has been elected Archbishop of the Province’s Maori Tikanga.

Archbishop-elect Maimbo Mndolwa’s 2020 vision for reviving God’s work in Tanzania

The next Primate of the Anglican Church of Tanzania will consult with bishops and lay leaders as the province prepares for its 50th anniversary.