Archbishop of Canterbury convenes high-level Commonwealth freedom of religion discussion

By Anglican Communion News Service ( ACNS )   April 20, 2018 Some of the participants at the two-day roundtable discussion on freedom of religion or belief, convened by the Archbishop of Canterbury as a parallel event to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Photo: Lambeth Palace   Parliamentarians and senior religious leaders from 11 Commonwealth … Continue reading “Archbishop of Canterbury convenes high-level Commonwealth freedom of religion discussion”

Finding my voice in the scariness of silence

Dora Jejey 02 February 2018 Congolese-born actress and writer Dora Jejey is spending a Year in God’s Time as part of the Community of St Anselm, based at Lambeth Palace, London. In this post, she explores the scariness of silence, following a retreat in Cornwall. I recently went on my first silent retreat to an … Continue reading “Finding my voice in the scariness of silence”

Lambeth Palace event to showcase Anglican primates’ views on the environment

Posted on: January 17, 2018 3:28 PM Photo Credit: Geralt / Pixabay Lambeth Palace, the official London residence and offices of the Archbishop of Canterbury, is to stage an event showcasing Anglican primates’ views on the care of creation. Archbishops, presiding bishops and moderators from Australia to Zambia, representing the 39 provinces of the Anglican … Continue reading “Lambeth Palace event to showcase Anglican primates’ views on the environment”

Cathrine Fungai Ngangira reflects on her year at St Anselm’s

Posted By Cathrine Fungai Ngangira 11 July 2017 When I left home to be a residential member of the Community of St Anselm at Lambeth Palace, saying goodbye was hard not because I was going far away from home, but, I didn’t know how to explain what I was getting myself into. Committing to prayer, … Continue reading “Cathrine Fungai Ngangira reflects on her year at St Anselm’s”

“Life isn’t easier. It’s better though.”

By St Anselm Online   St Anselm Online | July 1, 2017 at 10:30 pm   NonResident Member Graham, who works in local government finance, reflects on a year in the Community in this member guest blog post.  A year ago I applied to be a part time monk. It was one of the best … Continue reading ““Life isn’t easier. It’s better though.””