Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry has issued a video statement concerning the actions of the Anglican Primates at the meeting in Canterbury, England.
A majority of Anglican primates Jan. 14 asked that the Episcopal Church, for a period of three years, “no longer represent us on ecumenical and interfaith bodies, should not be appointed or elected to an internal standing committee and that while participating in the internal bodies of the ...
The Anglican Communion is being called to prayer as its 38 primates – the senior archbishops, presiding bishops and moderators – head to Canterbury, England, next week for their first official meeting in five years.
A family of refugees from Syria arrived in Canada, part of the Anglican Diocese's pledge to resettle 50 refugees to celebrate their 140th anniversary. Sponsored by St. Brendan Anglican Church, the family said they "want my children to have bright futures...just to be healthy, just to be happy ...
On the sixth anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry issued the following statement.
The Church should “re-commit and re-dedicate itself to do all for the freedom of those enslaved and trafficked, so that they may have life and have it more abundantly,” the general secretary of the Synod of the Church of North India has said.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, has described racism as a “demon” and said that “sacred conversations may help the demon of racism to lose some its power.”
Archbishop Justin Welby said that a formal schism in the Anglican Communion would be a failure; but he told BBC Radio Four’s Today program that such a scenario “would not be a disaster” because “God is bigger than our failures.”