Anglicans around the world responded to the annual ecumenical Season of Creation

Posted on: October 17, 2018   Young People from the Lusitanian Church take part in a beach clean up in Portugal Photo Credit: Green Anglicans The annual Season of Creation, which ran from 1 September – the Day of Prayer for Creation – until 4 October – St Francis Day – was celebrated by Anglicans … Continue reading “Anglicans around the world responded to the annual ecumenical Season of Creation”

Archbishop Rowan Williams leads Anglican delegation at canonisation of Oscar Romero

Posted on: October 15, 2018  The Roman Catholic Archbishop of El Salvador, Oscar Romero, was assassinated in March 1980.   The former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams led an Anglican delegation to the Vatican this weekend for the canonisation of Oscar Romero. The current Archbishop, Justin Welby, sent a letter to Pope Francis in which … Continue reading “Archbishop Rowan Williams leads Anglican delegation at canonisation of Oscar Romero”

Community of St Anselm’s latest international intake commissioned at Lambeth Palace

Posted on: September 28, 2018 The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, presents crosses to the new intake of the Community of St Anselm during their commissioning service today in Lambeth Palace Photo Credit: ACNS The latest members of the St Anselm’s community at Lambeth Palace have been commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Nineteen members … Continue reading “Community of St Anselm’s latest international intake commissioned at Lambeth Palace”

Anglicans at Vatican-hosted ecumenical conference on challenging xenophobia

Posted on: September 27, 2018  Pope Francis meets members of the “World Conference on Xenophobia, Racism, and Populist Nationalism in the context of Global Migration”, during a private audience at the Vatican on 20 September 2018. Photo Credit: Vatican Media / Reuters [ACNS, by Julanne Clarke-Morris] Anglicans attending a joint World Council of Churches (WCC) … Continue reading “Anglicans at Vatican-hosted ecumenical conference on challenging xenophobia”

New Testament scholars to lay the biblical foundations for the Lambeth Conference

Posted on: September 11, 2018  Work to begin laying the biblical foundations for the next Lambeth Conference will get underway later this year when 35 leading New Testament scholars from different denominations around the world gather for the St Augustine Seminar at Lambeth Palace. Around 800 bishops from around the Anglican Communion will gather at … Continue reading “New Testament scholars to lay the biblical foundations for the Lambeth Conference”