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IAWN Newsletter March 2017

In our March 2017 newsletter, read the latest news from Anglican women.

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10 MAR 2017 1.94 MB

Liberated by God's Grace: Anglican-Lutheran Reflections

In 2013, the newly created Anglican–Lutheran Coordinating Committee—ALICC—began its work. One of the tasks given to ALICC included acting as a catalyst for the development of Anglican–Lutheran relations and to collaborate in the observance of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017.

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01 MAR 2017 612 KB

Anglican Communion Secretary General's address to Church of England General Synod Feb 16 2016

I bring you greetings from the wider Anglican Communion; and they are real greetings in the Spirit-- warm and heartfelt. You – the Church of England – can never be just one of the 38 provincial churches of the Anglican Communion. As the very word ‘anglicana’ implies, there is a living tradition of faith in the Gospel as this church has received it, from the missionary work of St Augustine of Canterbury 1,420 years ago, to the particular experience of renewal in the English Reformation and beyond.

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16 FEB 2017 58 KB

Compass Points October 2016

The Chennai Issue

  • Why Chennai?
  • Our Host College
  • Mamallapuram
  • St Thomas Mount
  • Christianity in India
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04 NOV 2016 1.4 MB

AOOIC Anglican Oriental Orthodox International Commission Communiqué - October 2016

The Anglican-Oriental Orthodox International Commission held its fifth meeting from the 24th to 29th October 2016 at the Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia, Antelias, Lebanon.
The Commission greatly appreciated the welcome to the Armenian Catholicosate by His Holiness Aram I of the Holy See of Cilicia, and was grateful for the kindness and hospitality offered by the Catholicosate brotherhood members and staff.

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01 NOV 2016 273 KB

IAWN Newsletter October 2016

In our October 2016 newsletter, read the latest news from Anglican women in Korea, Auckland in Aotearoa New Zealand, Bangladesh, Australia, Canada, India and Rwanda, and pray with young people in Jordan and the Middle East, and with girls in Honduras.

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10 OCT 2016 2.2 MB

Walking Together IARCCUM Statement

Walking Together: Common Service to the World and Witness to the Gospel

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07 OCT 2016 378 KB

Commissioning of IARCCUM Bishops

Fourteen centuries ago Pope Gregory sent the servant of God, Augustine, first Archbishop of Canterbury, and his companions, from this holy place, to preach the joyful message of the Word of God. Today we send you, dear brothers, servants of God, with this same joyful message of his everlasting kingdom.

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07 OCT 2016 73 KB

2016 IARCCUM Homily Holy Father San Gregorio

The Prophet Ezekiel uses a striking image to describe God: he is a shepherd who gathers his sheep scattered “on a day of clouds and thick darkness” (Ezek 34:12). The Lord, through the prophet, seems to be telling us two things this evening. This first has to do with unity.

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07 OCT 2016 108 KB

2016 IARCCUM Homily Archbishop Welby San Gregorio

Archbishop's sermon at service at San Gregorio al Celio, Rome

Wednesday 5th October 2016

Ezekiel 34: 11-16

The Israelites in the slave labour camps outside Babylon knew about fault and responsibility. In the passage just before this they hear from Ezekiel whom to blame for their exile; it is the bad shepherds, their failed leaders. In the following passage they are told that their desperate plight is also their own fault. There are bad sheep as well as bad shepherds.

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07 OCT 2016 76 KB