New Anglican Communion bishops receive induction in Canterbury, Lambeth and the ACO

Posted on: February 7, 2019 Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS) The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will this afternoon (Thursday) welcome nearly 30 new Anglican bishops from around the world to his official London residence Lambeth Palace. This morning, the bishops are at the Anglican Communion Office (ACO) in west London. They are taking part … Continue reading “New Anglican Communion bishops receive induction in Canterbury, Lambeth and the ACO”

Rare 700-year-old Bible returns to Canterbury Cathedral, five centuries after it was removed

Posted on: August 3, 2018 A rare medieval Bible has been returned to Canterbury Cathedral, the mother church of the worldwide Anglican Communion, some 500 years after it was removed. The Lyghfield Bible – named after the 16 Century monk who once owned it – was amongst a number of items removed from the cathedral’s … Continue reading “Rare 700-year-old Bible returns to Canterbury Cathedral, five centuries after it was removed”

New Anglican bishops attend induction week at Canterbury Cathedral

New bishops at the Anglican Communion Office in London as part of a week-long induction program. Photo: ACNS By ACNS February 6, 2018 A group of 33 recently appointed and elected bishops are spending a week at Canterbury Cathedral—the Anglican Communion’s mother church—as part of a global induction program. They are taking part in the … Continue reading “New Anglican bishops attend induction week at Canterbury Cathedral”