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Newsletters: Families at the Frontiers of Faith

Families at the Frontiers of Faith (Eastertide 2005

This newsletter shows how many people face up to inter faith issues in family life, in inter faith marriages, in bringing up young people in an inter faith context. Projects and individuals in Jerusalem, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Indonesia and UK work to break down the religious barriers and develop understanding of a common humanity.

11 APR 2005 103 KB

2005 - Report of APJN Deliberations in Jerusalem

2005 marked the Anglican Peace and Justice Network's 20th anniversary. Its meeting in Jerusalem in September 2004 brought it full circle to its first full meeting which also took place in the City of Peace in 1985.

26 MAR 2005 4.47 MB

Progress report on Resolution ACC 13-31, 2006

03 MAR 2005 40 KB

The Panel of Reference

The Panel of Reference was established by Archbishop Rowan Williams in response to the request of the Primates and Moderators of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion in their Communiqué issued from Dromantine, Northern Ireland, in February 2005. On receipt of referrals from the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Panel explores and reports on situations where there is serious dispute concerning the adequacy of pastoral provisions made by any churches for a dissenting group within its diocesan or provincial life.

Documents compiled from the ACO website

28 FEB 2005 211 KB

Primates' Meeting Communique 2005 -English

As Primates of the Anglican Communion and Moderators of the United Churches, we gathered at the Dromantine Retreat and Conference Centre, Newry, in Northern Ireland, between 20th and 25th February, 2005

25 FEB 2005 30 KB

The official process of reception of the Windsor Report

The official process of reception for the Windsor Report 2004 began in February 2005 during a meeting of the Primates and Moderators held in Northern Ireland. In order to prepare for this meeting, a Reception Reference Group was appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to assist the Primates by monitoring the way in which the Windsor Report had been received across the Anglican Communion and by our ecumenical partners 

Documents compiled from the ACO Website

01 FEB 2005 2.42 MB

Newsletter: Moving Families

Moving Families (Michaelmas/Advent 2004/2005

tells the stories of people displaced from their homes by violence: in the Sudan and the Congo, Burma and Kosovo. Articles reveal the struggle to re-settle in a new land, often not knowing whether close family members are alive or dead. The newsletter also has articles about migrant workers in China, the Philippines and Hong Kong telling of their exploitation and encouraging action by churches and Christians to welcome and support them. The final section is about travelling families - the difficulties of gypsies in UK and the rapid changes to the life of nomads in the Sinai desert.

20 DEC 2004 127 KB

10 December 2004 Communiqué Montego Bay, Jamaica

The Inter Anglican Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations (IASCER) met in Montego Bay, Jamaica from Sunday, 4th to 10th December 2004.

10 DEC 2004 35 KB

IASCER Resolutions arising from the 2004 meeting

10 DEC 2004 80 KB

Official Responses to the Windsor Report

The Windsor Report 2004 was presented to the Archbishop of Canterbury and to the Joint Standing Committee of the Anglican Primates and the Anglican Consultative Council. Official responses from the Provinces followed

Documents compiled from the ACO website

01 NOV 2004 71 KB