Diocese of Australia and New Zealand holds synod--Bishop Hodge to retire


The Diocese of Australian and New Zealand held its 24th synod on May 13th, 2017 at St. Benedict's parish in Brisbane.  Bishop Denis Hodge and Archbishop Mark Haverland presided over the meetings and the mass.  The synod was marked by the same spirit of unity among Continuing Anglicans...

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Bishop Garang Issues Urgent Appeal for Aid


In recent months both the ACC website and The Trinitarian have reported on the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.  Though many have responded, the situation remains dire, leading Bishop Wilson Garang to make the following appeal. In February 2017 the United Nations formally declared famine...

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Four Continuing Churches Publish Joint Prayer Cycle


As part of the preparations for the upcoming Continuing Church Joint Synods, the ACC, along with its three partner jurisdictions--the Anglican Church in America (ACA), the Anglican Province of America (APA), and the Diocese of the Holy Cross (DHC), will be participating in a joint prayer cycle....

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Situation still dire in the Diocese of Aweil


In a recent email from the Diocese of Aweil, Bishop Wilson Garang reports that the situation there is dire.  Due to severe weather and economic crisis, many people are leaving the diocese to search for food and work in Northern Sudan.  The Bishop reports that refugees face hunger,...

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Continuing Churches plan joint synod for 2017


The leaders of four Continuing Anglican Churches have announced plans for Joint Synods to meet in Atlanta, Georgia, the week of October 2nd to 6th.  At the conclusion of the week it is the intention of the Churches to sign an agreement establishing full communion (communio in sacris) among...

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