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Oji-Cree translators take on the Bible

The indigenous peoples of Northern Ontario have taken on a massive task: translating the Bible into the Oji-Cree language.

2017: year for reconciliation

The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for reconciliation in 2017, after a year shaped by damaging political climates and the refugee crisis.

Fresh Expressions on the rise

The Fresh Expressions movement is gathering momentum in the UK, despite its detractors, reports Pat Ashworth.

Interfaith summit decries crimes

Muslim and Christian leaders meeting in Tehran this week condemned violence and criminal acts, saying they cannot be justified by right reading of religious texts.

Fiji motivates global climate action

Anglican leaders from around the world have returned home from the Diocese of Polynesia with a fresh understanding of what's at stake in climate change.
•Rising seas threaten life in Kirbati 

Anglican World focuses on Fiji

Anglicans in Fiji feature in the latest edition of communion wide magazine 'Anglican World'.

ACC commits to Primates' plan

ACC has passed a resolution that affirms the Primates' plan for unity.

ACC focuses on mission

ACC turns attention away from sexuality, toward evangelism, ecology, ending poverty and war.

Melanesia elects new archbishop

Bishop of Temotu, the Rt Rev George Takeli has been announced as the next Archbishop of Melanesia.


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