Corruption is killing South Africa: Archbishop warns

The “insidious cancer of corruption” is “the most egregious threat” to South Africa's democracy today, Archbishop Thabo Makgoba has said in a public lecture.


Church backs dam protests in Luzon

The Prime Bishop of the Episcopal Church of the Philippines Renato Abibico has written to President Benigno Aquino urging government intervention in a dispute between villagers and an energy company accused of despoiling their land.


Impasse in General Seminary strike talks

Negotiations over the return to work of 8 General Theological Seminary faculty appear to be at an impasse, according to a statement released by the faculty.


Egypt Fights Terrorism

Bishop Mouneer Anis reports on the terror attacks in Sinai


Forward in Faith bishops defend Bishop Baker

None of the bishops of The Society underestimates the searing grief that accompanies the breakdown of a marriage


David Reed elected Bishop of West Texas

The Rt. Rev. David Mitchell Reed was elected as bishop coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas at the Special Council of the diocese on Oct. 25, 2014.


CoE bishop given permission to remarry after divorce

The chairman of Forward in Faith (UK), the Rt. Rev. Jonathan Baker, Bishop of Fulham, has been given permission by the Bishop of London and Archbishop of Canterbury to remarry following his divorce to his wife.


Tribalism holding back Nigeria warns Okoh

Tribalism remains the greatest threat to the integrity of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, warns Archbishop Nicholas Okoh.