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The Prince of Peace - from the Peace Icon in the Prince of Peace Chapel

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Raising Poverty Awareness

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Achieving the Millennium Development Goals
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Episcopal New Service

  • General Seminary appoints VP and dean of academic affairs
    [The General Theological Seminary press release] The General Theological Seminary announces the appointment of Michael W. DeLashmutt, Ph.D., to the position of vice president and dean of academic affairs. The position incorporates the traditional duties of academic dean with an expanded emphasis on strengthening the current M.Div, M.A., S.T.M., and certificate programs, while developing and coordinating new lay-oriented, non-residential, […]
  • Holding together in diversity – reflections on the ACC meeting in Lusaka
    [Lambeth Palace] Having come back from Lusaka on 20 April, after 16 days in Zambia and Zimbabwe, once again the experience of a big Anglican Communion meeting has had an impact on my thinking about the Communion. As usual, the impact is largely positive. Any time the Communion gets together, especially the Anglican Consultative Council […]
  • Tudor mystery over cathedral’s ‘Mrs. Shakespeare’ letter
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Hereford Cathedral in the English Midlands is investigating possible links between a 400-year-old letter that was found hidden in the binding of an old book; and the family of playwright William Shakespeare, who was born 50 miles to the east in Stratford-upon-Avon. Before the 19th century, when cheap machine-made paper became […]

Anglican Communion News

  • African Anglicans look to reduce El Nino's hunger footprint
    Anglican churches are prioritising advocacy and practical responses to El Niño’s increasingly devastating impact on food security in the southern and central parts of Africa, says the Anglican Alliance’s facilitator in the region. 
  • President Dilma Rousseff retains the support of Brazilian Anglicans
    Anglicans in Brazil are continuing to stand-by the country’s embattled President, Dilma Rousseff, claiming that attempts to impeach her are a right-wing attempt to scupper her party’s endeavours to support Brazil’s poor and marginalised.
  • Tudor mystery over "Mrs Shakespeare" letter
    Hereford Cathedral in the English Midlands is investigating possible links between a 400-year-old letter that was found hidden in the binding of an old book; and the family of playwright William Shakespeare, who was born 50 miles to the east in Stratford-upon-Avon.