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Lambeth 2020 Update

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Planning for the next Lambeth Conference, to be held in 2020 at the University of Kent in Canterbury, is well under way. Dr. Josiah Idowu-Fearon, the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, shared some of his thoughts about it in a new blog post over at ACNS. He writes, As I travel around the…(Read More)

The pew was not recognized formally or dedicated to Davis’ memory until 1925. At the dedication of the pew, on Pentecost Sunday, a controversial politician and outspoken proponent of segregation from Tennessee, John Trotwood Moore, addressed the congregation. Moore had gained national attention by filibustering in Congress against an anti-lynching bill…(Read More)

In a recent convention, the diocese of Haiti, takes steps to move forward as Bishop Duracin prepares for retirement and after an episcopal election last year failed to receive needed consents from the wider church…(Read More)

This year’s National Prayer Breakfast, held on February 7, received widespread coverage from many news outlets on account of the presence of the President and Vice-President. Religion News Service described the guest list thus: “In addition to Trump, Coons and Lankford, political attendees included Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen Pence…(Read More)

The Bishop and Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Maine released a statement today regarding a complaint against one of the nominees for Bishop, the Rev. Canon Anne Mallonee, who currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Ecclesiastical Officer of The Church Pension Group.  Although the complaint was investigated and dismissed, the person…(Read More)

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