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Anglican Indigenous Network calls on the Communion for support

The Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) is asking the Anglican Communion to help Indigenous churches in provinces around the globe achieve greater self-determination and self-sustainability, the Anglican Journal reports. A Communique from the recent AIN gathering at the Six Nations Reserve on the Grand River Territory of the Haudenosaunee peoples in Canada, states,

We affirm our self-determination within our cultural contexts and church structures. As indigenous peoples we share the common experience of living within the psychological and physical realities of intergenerational […]

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