Global South Anglicans discuss ‘great human suffering,’ Anglican unity

By Gavin Drake
Posted Oct 11, 2016

[Anglican Communion News Service] Primates, clergy and laity from the Global South group of Anglicans have spent the past week meeting in Cairo and discussing a range of issues from evangelism, inter-faith dialogue and same-sex relationships. Under the theme “. . . found faithful”, the delegates “were able to share, discern, pray, study, worship and take counsel together . . . about matters that are affecting our beloved Anglican Communion and our world,” they said in a post-conference communiqué, The Sixth Trumpet.

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