An Agreed Statement of International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission (IARCCUM), arising out of a meeting of bishops from both communions, offering practical suggestions on the way in which Anglican and Roman Catholic ecumenical participation can be fostered and carried forward.
An Anglican exploration of Christian attitudes to the Holy Land, with special reference to Christian Zionism
Life-widening mission is written by the Young Anglican leaders, with passion for mission, who attended the commemorative world mission Edinburgh centenary conference in June 2010 as Anglican Communion delegates; which experience mostly shaped and motivated the group to write the book.
These are a series of eight Bible studies on the Gospel of Mark originally given at the 14th meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council in Jamaica. As well as the Bible studies, there are questions for discussion, and prayers and reflections.
Mary Grace and Hope in Christ Commentary and Study Guide on the Seattle Statement of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission
One Love Report of ACC-14 Kingston, Jamaica 2009
Signposts Series No-02 An Anglican Understanding of Mission and Evangelism
Signposts Series No-01 Signpost on a Common Journey
Chinese translation 'An Anglican understanding of Mission and Evangelism Signposts Series No 2'
Something in Common - Spanish CD
Something in Common - Portuguese CD
Something in Common - An introduction to the principles and practices of worldwide Anglicanism - Swahili Translation
A resource book to enable listening to the experience of gay and lesbian people and dialogue on human sexuality. Written by Anglicans from around the world with contrasting opinions, this book begins by setting a missiological basis for listening and offers a guide on how to develop effective processes.
This book, published in the Canterbury Studies in Anglicanism series, expands on the work of the Communion’s project of the same name and explores how Anglicans use the Bible and to distil from and develop these explorations the principles of Anglican hermeneutics.
Chinese Translation: A joint study on the place of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in the traditions common to both communions, and in Scripture, and her significance as a pattern of grace and hope.
The Bible in the Life of the Church project was commissioned by the ACC in 2009. In his Foreword to the Report Archbishop Rowan Williams said his hope was that “this project will help us develop in the Communion a wider and fuller biblical literacy…”
Published by the Lutheran World Federation 2012 This Report from the third phase of the Anglican-Lutheran International Commission (ALIC III)
The work of the Anglican Communion Legal Advisers’ Network