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Presiding Bishop responds to Primates’ statement

The Anglican Communion is a network of relationships that have been built on mission partnerships; relationships that are grounded in a common faith; relationships in companion diocese relationships; relationships with parish to parish across the world; relationships that are profoundly committed to serving and following the way of Jesus of Nazareth by helping the poorest of the poor, and helping this world to be a place where no child goes to bed hungry ever.

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whither 2015?

In our modern, connected world stories rise like rockets and quickly traverse the media sky and what seemed to generate so much light and noise in the immediate experience quickly fade from our attention. Sometimes, these stories speak to deeper happenings in the life of the body (and sometimes not) but here are some thoughts on the Church in the year just passed.

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PB Curry on #BlackLivesMatter

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry describes what #BlackLivesMatter means to him, as part of the lead-up to the Trinity Institute’s Listen for a Change event in

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