Blogroll: Anglican Ink
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"Lord, open the King of England’s eyes!"
These, of course, were the last reported words of William Tyndale who was strangled and then burnt in 1536.
The primate of the Church of Nigeria has urged members of the Diocese of Sapele who have rebelled against their bishop to repent and submit to his lawful authority
The Church of Nigeria cannot be held to ransom by any group; the Anglican Church belongs only to those who can operate within and submit to its constituted authority and structures.
The Creature Conference heralds a growing recognition that concern for animals is an important matter of Christian faith.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has finished its investigation of the Anglican Church, with a summary hearing in Sydney that revealed some statistics on offe
"There is no reason why prayers of thanksgiving for [same-sex] relationships – perhaps a Eucharist - cannot be offered" by the Church of England, argues Bishop Stephen Cottrell.
My situation is exactly similar to that of the Bishop of Grantham, which was recently defended by the Secretary-General of the ACC, Archbishop Idowu-Fearon, as being entirely compatible with the regulations of any Anglican province.
Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi, Primate of the Anglican Church of Burundi from 2005 until 2016, has been appointed Representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome
Commission finds 1,082 victims of abuse had lodged complaints against 569 perpetrators including 247 clergy and 285 laymen.
Archbishop Philip Freier responds to Royal Commission findings that 1111 complaints of child abuse were lodged against the church between 1980 and 2015
Durham Cathedral has been crowned BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Heritage Site of the Year following a public vote which saw a ‘landslide’ of votes cast for the magnificent cathedral.
St Patrick has long been associated with snakes and shamrocks but the fact that he had a wife has largely been confined to the annals of history according to a folklorist from University College Co