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Irish prayers for God's intervention in the "fodder crisis"

Cold and wet weather has seen many farmers "run out of fodder to feed their cattle"

 

The religious roads leading inexorably to a Syrian apocalypse

ISIS views the war in Syria not as a struggle against Assad, but as the apocalypse which will usher in the return of the Madhi and the defeat of the anti-Christ by a Muslim Jesus, writes Jules Gomes

 

Report from the Entebbe GAFCON primates meeting

For more than 15 years there has been a crisis of authority in the Anglican Communion.

 

The serious fight for truth

As Robert Fisk interviews the doctor at the Douma clinic in Syria who claims the injuries were caused by dust, Gavin Ashenden questions our own Establishment’s reliance on propaganda.

 

Ministers encouraged to talk about vocation in new campaign

CoE launches campaint  to have its 30,000 lay and ordained ministers to hold at least one conversation a month about vocation with someone different from themselves, 

 

Long Island priest murdered

The Rev. Paul Wancura died this week at age 87 from injuries suffered during a home invasion last month at his home.

 

TEC Fort Worth parish to offer transgender support

St Stephen's in Hurst to offer resources for those in transition

 

Recife forms the Anglican Church in Brazil

Bishop Miguel Uchoa to be the province's first primate and archbishop