Bishops of the Church of Ceylon warn of a potential disaster in Sri Lanka where public unrest over the economy has resulted in violence.
08 April 2022
The Anglican Church of Ceylon, with the support of the Anglican Communion Office at the UN, calls on action from the Human Rights Council.
24 September 2021
Governments should acknowledge role of churches in peace-building, according to the Anglican Communion’s representative at the UN.
18 September 2019
The Archbishop of Canterbury knelt in respect at the spot where a bomber detonated explosives at St Sebastian’s church in Sri Lanka.
12 September 2019
Representatives from across Asia have taken part in a consultation affirming a new approach to whole-life transformation.
02 August 2019
A senior Irish imam has paid a solidarity visit to Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin after the terror attack on churches in Sri Lanka.
10 May 2019
Bishop Dhiloraj Canagasabey has responded “with shock and great dismay” to the “arbitrary” removal of Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister.
16 November 2018
The communiqué from the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order following their meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
15 December 2017
To the people of Sri Lanka, who recently experienced their 50th anniversary of independence amidst tight security, the 15 year old internal war has been a continuing tragedy. This is a war that has claimed over 50,000 lives and led to over a million refugees and internally displaced persons.
22 May 1998