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Newsletter: Community Families

Community Families (Newyear 2007)

explores the significance and nature of different forms of community: L'Arche communities for the disabled; communities for children who have no families; migrant communities and religious communities. The newsletter contains articles from South Africa, Botswana, Uganda, Kenya, Cambodia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and UK.

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08 JAN 2007 63 KB

Report and Financial Statements for year ending 31st December 2006

The following PDF document the Report and Financial Statements for year ending 31st December 2006

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31 DEC 2006 206 KB

The Cyprus Agreed Statement 2006

The Cyprus Statement agreed by the International Commission for Anglican - Orthodox Theological Dialogue 2006

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11 DEC 2006 2.71 MB

9 December 2006 Communiqué Mahé Island, the Seychelles

The Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations (IASCER) met in Beau Vallon, the Seychelles, from Sunday, 3rd to Saturday, 9th December 2006

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09 DEC 2006 49 KB

IASCER Resolutions arising from the 2006 meeting

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09 DEC 2006 69 KB

Common Declaration - November 2006

Common Declaration of the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Pope Benedict XVI

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23 NOV 2006 36 KB

August 2006 The Anglican Communion Guidelines on Ecumenical Participation in Ordinations

The following guidelines are addressed to situations in which Anglican bishops and priests are invited to participate in ordinations of clergy in churches outside the Anglican Communion, or in which clergy of churches outside the Anglican Communion are invited to participate in Anglican ordinations.

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21 AUG 2006 13 KB

Holistic Mission

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17 JUL 2006 100 KB

Newsletter: Acts of Terror and the Family

Acts of Terror and the Family (Trinity 2006)

contains moving stories from all over the Communion, written by people who have suffered from acts of terror. They tell of the loss of family members and the pain of bereavement, the trauma of terror and its effects on the family and the wider community. At the same time there is hope in their journey towards recovery and healing and their efforts to lessen such pain for others.

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10 JUL 2006 114 KB

Report to the Anglican Consultative Council 2006

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06 MAR 2006 36 KB