In partnership with Lambeth Palace and Westminster Abbey, the Living Church Institute is delighted to help host what promises to be a serious and invigorating exploration of Anglican ecumenical commitments and the future of the Anglican Communion.
We must not fail to place the steps of a General Convention within the comprehensive, world-historical frame of the gospel.
“As bishops, we claim our apostolic ministry as teachers of the Faith, and our role as chief pastors within our dioceses, clearly articulated in the Book of Common Prayer.”
Reflections from Cyril O’Regan, Bishop R. Guy Erwin, Frederick Christian Bauerschmidt, Joseph L. Mangina, Bruce D. Marshall, Michael Root, and Caleb Congrove.
The third and concluding part of “Reconciled Bodies: Recasting Race in Catholic Ecclesiology”
The second part of “Reconciled Bodies: Recasting Race in Catholic Ecclesiology”
Bishop Frank Weston, a white Englishman, advocated tirelessly for justice and respect for the black Africans among whom he lived and served.
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