ACC-14 Jamaica 2009UK
VirtueOnline posted the following stories from the 14th Meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council held in May 2009 Meeting in Kingston, Jamaica. David Virtue covered the event first hand including interiews with many of the Bishops.
Primates Dublin 2011UKSPECIAL REPORT: Anglican Primates MeetingDublin, Ireland - January, 2011
The Primates of the Anglican Communion met behind closed doors for six days at the Emmaus Retreat and Conference Centre near the Dublin Airport, beginning Jan. 25, 2011. This was a significant meeting in that nearly 40% of the primates were not in attendance; many for theological reasons.
Hope & Future 2005USAAn international panel of Anglican bishops, from left to right, Luke Henry Okombi of Uganda, Emmanuel Kolini of Rwanda, Drexel Washington Gomez of the West Indies, Peter Jasper Akimba of Nigeria, Bernard Malango of Central America, Benjamin Nzimbi of Kenya, and Datuk Yong Ping Chung of Southeast Asia pray after a panel discussion at the Hope & Future Conference organized by the Anglican Communion Network headed by Pittsburgh's Episcopal Bishop Robert W.
TEC GC 2006USAThe following articles were published by VirtueOnline before, during and after The Episcopal Church's 75th General Convention which was held in Columbus, OH.
We have arranged the articles in reverse date order, with the most recent articles at the top of the page. You may want to use your browser's search feature to find articles of particular interest.GC2006: Post-Convention Articles
TEC Financial CrisisUSAEpiscopal Dioceses and parishes continue to spill red ink as they scramble to make sense of declining budgets, diminished Trust Funds, aging congregations and personal incomes ravaged by an economy in free fall.
The DIOCESE OF WASHINGTON took a hit and drastically revised its 2009 budget, largely because of paltry giving from the bulk of its congregations plus a drop in its investment income.
ACNA Ft. Worth 2009USAMore Anglican Leaders Join Supporters of the Anglican Church in North America
New Anglican church will benefit former Episcopalians, Iker says
CANA Celebrates Launch of New Anglican Province