[ACNS] Pope Francis has apologized for behaviour towards Christians from non-Roman Catholic churches that “has not reflected Gospel values.”
In the past four months, Canadian Anglicans have donated more than 76 times as much for Syrian relief than they did in the first eight months of 2015—and the spike is translating directly into more aid for desperate Syrian families.
While issues around human sexuality and church order were the main topics of conversation when the primates of the Anglican Communion met in Canterbury from January 11-15, issues such as climate change and religious violence drew the broadest participation, said Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Last week the Primates of the Anglican Communion gathered in Canterbury for a week of prayer and discussion.
When the senior archbishops of the Anglican Communion gathered in Canterbury Cathedral last week they did so against a backdrop of complex disagreements.
Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, acknowledged tonight that the decision by the majority of primates to temporarily suspend the Episcopal Church from taking part in the Anglican Communion’s decision-making related to doctrine and polity “will weigh into” the Anglican Church of Canada’s own deliberations about same-sex marriage this July.
Within the next decade, Christians around the world may be celebrating Easter on the same fixed day.