Members of the Anglican Consultative Council reflect on the present and future of the Instruments of Communion.
The Diocese of North Carolina has nominated four women and one man in its search for a bishop suffragan.
Archbishop Rowan Williams was excited about a book launch in Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland, on Sunday.
“God’s love for the world is extraordinary; without cause, absolutely free, absolutely, overwhelmingly unreasonable.”
“It would be a painful loss to lose members of the Diocese of South Carolina from our Church.”
The Anglican Communion’s Standing Committee has decided to convene a subgroup to consider next steps.
Global South letter: “We all want to assure you and the Diocese of South Carolina of our continuing prayers and support.”
CROSSWalk resists youth violence in Chicago.
“It felt good to be there praying with the man. It felt like I was where I belong, where God wanted me to be.” —Bishop M. Thomas Shaw
In a pastoral letter to Episcopalians in Maryland, Bishop Eugene Taylor Sutton reflects on gambling, the Maryland Dream Act, and same-sex marriage.