Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s appearance alongside Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at events before and after last Saturday’s royal wedding underscores the strength of continuing Communion relationships.
“The Anglican Diocese in Jerusalem has launched an emergency appeal for funds to support its al-Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza City. The Anglican-run hospital has been overwhelmed by the number of casualties sustained during protests across the Gaza strip this month” – ACNS
“We are captured in the pull of love, and it holds us with the force that cannot be broken, knit together by the fingers of God.”
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