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The Climate (In)Action Summit: Has the international community failed the most vulnerable?

The Climate (In)Action Summit: Has the international community failed the most vulnerable?

The team at Anglican Communion at the United Nations reflect on the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly in New York City.

Anglican Communion at the United Nations | 09 October 2019
Why theological education is key to the future of the Anglican Communion

Why theological education is key to the future of the Anglican Communion

The Director for Theological Education at the Anglican Communion Office, the Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer, reflects on the importance of Theological Education

The Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer | 02 October 2019
A Protestant and Her Mother Mary

A Protestant and Her Mother Mary

One of last year's members of the Community of St Anselm, the new monastic community based at Lambeth Palace, M’Kenna Gillespie, reflects on her relationship with Jesus' mother, Mary.

M’Kenna Gillespie | 24 September 2019
Religious Communities

Religious Communities

The Minister General of the First Order Brothers of the Anglican Society of St Francis, Brother Christopher John SSF, reflects on religious communities after having been to the conference 'The renewal of prayer and religious community life'.

Brother Christopher John SSF | 16 September 2019
Summoned by the God who called us

Summoned by the God who called us

A seminarian in the Diocese of The Bahamas and The Turks and Caicos Islands and a member of the Lambeth Palace-based Community of St Anselm over this past year, Ruel Strachan II, reflects on seminary and life thereafter.

Ruel Strachan II | 10 September 2019
Indigenous women’s voices for gender justice

Indigenous women’s voices for gender justice

A member of this year’s Anglican Communion delegation to the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women, Ruihana Paenga from the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, writes about how the voices of indigenous women need to be heard in the fight for gender justice

Ruihana Paenga | 12 July 2019
Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come

The Primates of the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches in Ireland, Archbishops Eamon Martin and Richard Clarke, issue a joint message on the Thy Kingdom Come prayer initiative.

Archbishops Richard Clarke and Eamon Martin | 29 May 2019