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Growing the Church in South East Asia

In a two-part feature, first published in the December 2017 and April 2018 editions of Anglican World, Gavin Drake explores the growth of the Church in South East Asia, beginning with the Diocese of West Malaysia.

07 February 2019

Basta de violencia

For years, the region of Tamaulipas and the city of Rio Bravos in north-eastern Mexico has been in the crossfire of the drug cartels and Mexican army. In the middle of the violence, a ministry has risen up to address the social concerns growing every day for the people of Tamaulipas and growing numbers of migrants. In this feature, first published in the April 2018 edition of Anglican World, Amelia Brown reports on the work of the Revd Elizabeth Bustillos Cepeda of the Anglican Church of Mexico, and her Church of San Esteban Protomartyr.

31 January 2019

The sons and daughters of Benedict: “In Conversation” with two leading ecumenists

Dr John Gibaut from the Anglican Communion discusses ecumenical progress with Roman Catholic biblical scholar Henry Wansbrough.

24 January 2019

Falling in love with – and in – Brazil

During her quarter-century in Brazil, USPG missionary Ruth de Barros taught English, fell in love, got married, and raised her son.

17 January 2019

Continued growth sees ACNS page views increase by 15 per cent over past year

The Anglican Communion News Service has seen a 15 per cent increase in page views on its website over the past 12 months.

10 January 2019

Archbishop Justin Welby’s Christmas Day Sermon from Canterbury Cathedral

The Archbishop of Canterbury preached the Christmas Day sermon in Canterbury Cathedral after an open air Christmas Eve Carol Service.

26 December 2018

Christmas messages from Anglican Primates

A collection of Christmas Messages issued by Primates of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion.

17 December 2018

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

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.

07 December 2018

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.

05 December 2018

Understanding the Central American caravans and forced displacement in context

Lynette Wilson reports from El Salvador on where caravans of refugees are travelling across Central America to seek asylum in the US.

27 November 2018