Foley Beach: “Anglicanism has never been uniform — it is actually always been one of our strengths as a movement.”
Anglican Church in North America
The new archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America has appointed three new deans.
By Jeff Walton • A conversation with Archbishop-elect Foley Beach of the ACNA.
Archbishop Robert Duncan: “Many critics said we wouldn’t be able to elect a second archbishop.”
The Anglican Church in North America’s new archbishop takes the reins this week.
The theologian and prolific author joins the ministry of the Anglican Church in North America.
Two priests are nominees to become bishop of the nascent Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest.
By Barbara Gauthier
In the first three years of its existence, the ACNA planted 230 new congregations.
Courts in California, Virginia rule in favor of Episcopal dioceses.
The Rt. Rev. Francis Lyons, Bishop of Bolivia for 11 years, has accepted an invitation to become assistant bishop in the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh.