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16 December 2018

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Archbishop of Canterbury calls for UK-based international Joint Reconciliation Unit

Archbishop of Canterbury calls for UK-based international Joint Reconciliation Unit

Archbishop Justin Welby has called on the UK government to establish a Joint reconciliation Unit to work in global conflict zones.

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Bishop turnover in US-based Episcopal Church fuels talk of “unprecedented” challenges

Bishop Mark M Beckwith passes the diocesan crozier to Bishop Carlye J Hughes, newly consecrated Bishop of Newark, in front of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on 22 September. Hughes is one of six women to join the House of Bishops or to be elected bishop since July.

The Episcopal News Service has counted at least 35 dioceses, or nearly a third in the US-based Episcopal Church, that have been in some stage of bishop-transition since June 2017.

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Prince of Wales extols power of forgiveness as he pleads for Christians in the Middle East

Prince Charles spoke out for Christians in the Middle East last night during a special ecumenical service in Westminster Abbey, London.

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Human rights through an Anglican lens

The Archbishop of Cape Town and Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, Thabo Makgoba, gives an Anglican perspective on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Dreaming dangerous ambitions

The Director of Missions for the Anglican Church of Kenya, the Revd John Mark Oduor, on ambition.