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March 14 2018
Pacific Anglican leaders, at their Fono (gathering) in Suva, promise action in a region where climate change is all-too-evident.
Anglican Primates declare their commitment to tackle climate change, work to reduce violence against women and children, improve disaster relief and preparedness, and build the capacity of the Church's leadership.
The Kew Anglican school makes changes at the top as the controversy continues.
The life and views of the renowned physicist are remembered after his death in Cambridge, aged 76.
The Queen and former US First Lady Michelle Obama also rank more highly than the Mother of Jesus, according to this survey.
A British historian challenges the images of Jesus created over the centuries, based on Biblical descriptions and studies of the skeletal remains of men from the Holy Land.
Louise Kennerley produces a charming photographic portrait in The Sydney Morning Herald of a NSW bush church and its congregation with an interesting back-story.
Adelaide Assistant Bishop McLeod, who is of Gurindji descent, offers this very personal perspective on a landmark event in Australian history.
Video games can create spaces that address wide-ranging topics in imaginative and meaningful ways, according to a theologically trained, tech-savvy journalist in this piece in The Guardian.
Archbishop Justin Welby hosts one of the world's most intriguing and controversial leaders at his London home. Read about it and see the photos from the meeting at Lambeth Palace.