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Audio from Press Conference

Audio from Press Conference

Audio from Press Conference, Sunday August 3rd, chaired by Phillip Aspinall, Archbishop of Brisbane, with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.

03 August 2008

The Archbishop of Canterbury Concluding Presidential Address to the Lambeth Conference 2008

The Archbishop of Canterbury Concluding Presidential Address to the Lambeth Conference 2008

I began the second of these plenary addresses with a reminder of the question, ‘What is Lambeth ’08 going to say?’ And I suggested that we also needed to ask ‘Where are we going to speak from?’ 

03 August 2008

Lambeth Indaba Reflections 2008

Lambeth Indaba Reflections 2008

The Reflections Group has  been privileged to serve the Lambeth Conference in their capacity as Listeners  in and for their indaba. 

03 August 2008

We are all stewards of a great fellowship

We are all stewards of a great fellowship

Whenever attendees of the 2008 Lambeth Conference hear the word “steward” they’ll probably conjure up an image of a green-ribboned, neon orange-clad young person trying valiantly to direct wandering bishops to the correct location or seat. In Saturday evening’s crowded plenary, steward Sarah Kerr reminded bishops and other leaders that they, too are stewards

03 August 2008

The Rt Revd Dr. Brian Colin Castle

The Rt Revd Dr. Brian Colin Castle

The Rt Revd Dr. Brian Colin Castle

02 August 2008

The Rt Revd Stacy Fred Sauls

The Rt Revd Stacy Fred Sauls

The Rt Revd Stacy Fred Sauls

02 August 2008

The Most Revd Godfredo Jucio David

The Most Revd Godfredo Jucio David

The Most Revd Godfredo Jucio David

02 August 2008

The Rt Revd Chester L Talton

The Rt Revd Chester L Talton

The Rt Revd Chester L Talton

02 August 2008

Churches must lead the way on reducing carbon emissions.

Churches must lead the way on reducing carbon emissions.

The iconic image of a floodlit Canterbury Cathedral would be a thing of the past if the Revd Ian James had his way.

02 August 2008

Press Conference: Covenant and Sacrifice

Press Conference: Covenant and Sacrifice

As bishops spent a second day discussing Covenant proposals, Paul Kwong, Primate of Hong Kong; Phillip Aspinall, Bishop of Brisbane and Primate of Australia; and Charles Jenkins, Bishop of Louisiana, reflected on the strengths and weaknesses of the Conference and of the Covenant process so far.

02 August 2008