Anglican Communion

  1. As Uganda re-considers anti-gay law, bishop calls for tolerance
    Posted Nov 18, 2011
    By Fredrick Nzwili
  2. Canterbury notes World Day of Prayer and Action for Children
    Posted Nov 18, 2011
    By ENS staff
  3. Anglicans urged to pray, work for renewed climate commitment
    Posted Nov 18, 2011
    By ENS staff
  4. UTO announces $1.6 million in grants for mission and ministry
    Posted Nov 17, 2011
    By ENS staff
  5. London moves to evict protestors near St. Paul's Cathedral
    Posted Nov 17, 2011
    By Matthew Davies
  6. Roman missal to change at Advent
    Posted Nov 16, 2011
    By Diana Swift
  7. Arctic seeks funds to complete ‘igloo’ cathedral
    Posted Nov 15, 2011
    By Marites N. Sison
  8. El Salvador gives award to Archbishop Romero Trust
    Posted Nov 15, 2011
    By ENInews Staff
  9. Migrants, refugees focus of first day of Asia meeting
    Posted Nov 14, 2011
    By ACNS staff
  10. Communiqué: Anglican-Old Catholic Coordinating Council
    Posted Nov 11, 2011
  11. NEW ZEALAND: ChristChurch Cathedral’s 130-year ministry celebrated at deconsecration ceremony
    Posted Nov 9, 2011
    By Brian Thomas
  12. Climate justice youth caravan heads for South Africa
    Posted Nov 8, 2011
    By Fredrick Nzwili
  13. Priest’s killing in Philippines revives anti-violence campaign
    Posted Nov 8, 2011
    By Maurice Malanes
  14. NEW ZEALAND: Maori quash Anglican Covenant
    Posted Nov 4, 2011
    By Taonga staff
  15. UK churches may opt to conduct civil partnership ceremonies
    Posted Nov 3, 2011
    By Trevor Grundy
  16. ‘Sudanese Christians under increasing pressure’
    Posted Nov 2, 2011
    By Lucy Chumbley
  17. CANADA: Occupy protestors camped outside Toronto Anglican cathedral deserve respect, says dean
    Posted Nov 2, 2011
    By Diana Swift
  18. Succession rules changed allowing British monarchs to wed Roman Catholics
    Posted Nov 1, 2011
    By Trevor Grundy
  19. ENGLAND: St. Paul’s Cathedral calls off legal action against protestors
    Posted Nov 1, 2011
    By ENS staff