Archbishop Ian Ernest of Mauritius appointed Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome

Posted on: May 17, 2019  Archbishop Ian Ernest will be the next Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome and the Archbishop of Canterbury’s next Personal Representative to the Holy See Photo Credit: Diocese of Mauritius Archbishop Ian Ernest, the Bishop of Mauritius and former Primate of the Anglican Church of the Indian Ocean, is … Continue reading “Archbishop Ian Ernest of Mauritius appointed Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome”

Pope Francis kisses the feet of South Sudan’s leaders at conclusion of ecumenical retreat

Posted on: April 12, 2019   Photo Credit: All photos (unless stated): Vatican Media via Reuters An ecumenical spiritual retreat led by the Archbishop of Canterbury and Pope Francis at the Vatican ended yesterday with Pope Francis kissing the feet of South Sudan’s political leaders. The unprecedented two day retreat was organised in an effort … Continue reading “Pope Francis kisses the feet of South Sudan’s leaders at conclusion of ecumenical retreat”

South Sudanese Christian women pray and fast as ecumenical retreat continues at the Vatican

Posted on: April 11, 2019 An ecumenical group of women pray and fast for peace at the headquarters of the South Sudan Council of Churches in Juba Photo Credit: SSCC / Twitter As a unique ecumenical spiritual retreat at the Vatican for the political and Church leaders of South Sudan enters its second day, a … Continue reading “South Sudanese Christian women pray and fast as ecumenical retreat continues at the Vatican”

Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury to lead spiritual retreat for South Sudan’s leaders

Posted on: April 9, 2019  Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin attend Vespers in the Vatican in October 2016. Photo Credit: Vatican Television Political and Christian leaders from South Sudan will gather in the Vatican this week for an unprecedented spiritual retreat led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and Pope Francis. The retreat was … Continue reading “Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury to lead spiritual retreat for South Sudan’s leaders”

Crossing to the other side

By Dr Clare Amos 22 February 2019 The former Programme Coordinator for Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation at the World Council of Churches, Clare Amos, explores what Jesus meant when he called his disciples to “the other side”. Next Sunday’s Gospel reading set for the Common Worship lectionary used in the Church of England is Luke … Continue reading “Crossing to the other side”