46 min ago
Desmond Tutu prays for Mandela family
President Jacob Zuma made a statement to the public on Thursday night announcing that former South African president Nelson Mandela has died.
4 hrs ago
Removing Our Hats - And Changing Everything
Desmond Tutu tells a story of when he was nine or 10 years old and he stood with his mother outside a building where she worked as a cook.
19 hrs ago
New Trustees Appointed for Te Aute Trust Board
Te Aute College and Hukarere Girls' College have a stronger foundation on which to produce leaders for the future after collaboration across the Anglican Church.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
I'm still not sure if I believe in God, says Jon Snow: Newsreader...
Snow told the Radio Times he enjoys the 'hour of peace' when he makes a visit to a small Saxon church in Berkshire once or twice a month Newsreader Jon Snow has revealed he still hasn't made his mind up about God - despite being the son of a Bishop As the son of a bishop, you might think he would have made his mind up on religion long ago.
The Press On-Line
Editorial: Cathedral demolition is sad news
The Anglican Church and its building trustees have won another court victory over the demolition of the Christ Church Cathedral, but this is no cause for celebration.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Jonathan Assures Equity In Distribution Of Development Projects
President Goodluck Jonathan said on Monday in Abuja that his administration would continue to ensure equity in the distribution of development projects across the country without religion, ethnicity or creed playing any role.
Eastbourne priest questioned over historic sex abuse
A Church of England priest has been arrested on suspicion of child sex abuse and cruelty against a boy dating back up to 25 years.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Anglican Diocese of Chch statement on cathedral - 3 Dec 2013
"The Anglican Diocese of Christchurch was informed on 2nd Dec that leave has not been given to take the legal challenge over the demolition of the ChristChurch Cathedral to the Supreme Court.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Ekklesia Daily News
Think-tank proposes different approach to church sexuality row
EDINBURGH & LONDON, December 1st, 2013: Churches with different views in heated debates about sexuality actually share common ground and can move forward despite their differences, says a new paper from the Christian think-tank Ekklesia.
Buenos Aires Herald
First female Anglican bishop appointed
The first Anglican woman bishop in the British Isles has been consecrated. The Rev Pat Storey, 53, a married mother of two, was appointed by the Church of Ireland to be Bishop of Meath and Kildare, in the Republic.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
If the poor can't eat, the rich can't sleep - Bishop Odedeji
RIGHT Reverend James Olusola Odedeji was consecrated bishop on February 24, 2013 and was enthroned on April 28 to preside over the Anglican diocese of Lagos West.
Why I fought Idahosa, Anglicans - Archbishop Christian Aggrey Apena
Archbishop Christian Aggrey Ovwoma Apena of Bethseda Church International, close to tears, tells the story of how he parted ways with the late Archbishop of Church of God Mission, Benson Idahosa, and the Anglican Church.
Rev. Melissa Skelton elected bishop of Vancouver-area Anglican diocese.
Rev. Melissa Skelton, who leads a parish in Seattle, Washington, was elected on the third ballot at a vote held today at Christ Church Anglican Cathedral in downtown Vancouver.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Anglicans to install woman bishop
The UK and Ireland's first woman bishop will be consecrated by the Anglican Church at a service in Dublin on Saturday.
New statement on Civil Partnerships from the Scottish College of Bishops
Kelvin Holdsworth draws our attention to this statement from the College of Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church, which was sent to clergy today as part of a regular electronic clergy mailing.
Globe and Mail
God Loves Uganda: A chilling portrait of anti-gay religious zealotry run amok
Director Roger Ross Williams's emotionally charged polemic, God Loves Uganda , chronicles how an American evangelical Christian group has fostered virulent anti-gay hatred in contemporary Uganda.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Sydney Star Observer
Religious service reflects on World AIDS Day
MELBOURNE'S St Paul's Cathedral will open its doors to people of all denominations for a special World AIDS Day ecumenical service on Sunday.
The Daily Townsman
Former Cranbrook minister dies in Maryland church fire
A former priest at Christ Church Anglican in Cranbrook has died in a church fire in Maryland, which started, apparently, when a person on fire entered the building.
Church of England proposes "blessings" for gay marriage
Church of England clergy would be able to "bless" same-sex relationships under long-awaited proposals unveiled on Thursday as the church adopts a more open - but disputed - approach to homosexuality.
Christians have sent Unmistakable Message to Najib: Now up to Federal Crt to correct Allah issue
Malaysia's image for religious tolerance has been seriously marred by the acrimonious "Allah" dispute between the state and the church.