Two Canadian Anglicans have been appointed to ecumenical panels with Reformed and Oriental Orthodox Christians.
“It may be possible to be Anglican without being Episcopal, but it’s definitely not possible to be Episcopal without being Anglican.”
“It is important that the agenda of this Primates Meeting be discussed and agreed upon by the Primates beforehand.”
By Sue Careless • More than 180 people, including five bishops from Africa and Asia, attended “Back to the Anglican Future” in Toronto.
By Jason Ingalls and Joseph Wolyniak • The Scholar-Priest Initiative strives to reconnect academic theology to its ecclesial roots.
The Archbishop of Canterbury met Aug. 19 with six bishops representing Communion Partners.
By Michael Cover • A careful reading of Deep Engagement, Fresh Discovery reveals that its fruits are mixed.
By Bolly Lapok • The Bible in the Life of the Church has come at a significant period in the history of the Anglican Communion.
By Robert MacSwain • Introduction to a series on The Bible in the Life of the Church
By Colin Podmore
In the Anglican Communion, what’s true for dioceses is true for provinces.