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Latest Anglican Communion Items
The Church of England on Monday voted to allow female bishops for the first time in its history.
Declaring that the devil has departed from the Church of England's baptism service, The Guardian reported on June 20 that "a simplified baptism which omits mention of the devil" is now favored by the clergy who have test-marketed it throughout the United Kingdom.
St. Peter’s Cricket team begins their "Light of Faith Tour" this fall, which includes a warm-up game against a team from the Royal Household and a final match against the Anglican Church at Canterbury.
The Church of England isn't immune to World Cup fever. Five official prayers have been released that address the competition, Brazil and England's team.
The first openly gay Episcopal bishop, who became a symbol for gay rights far beyond the church while deeply dividing the world's Anglicans, plans to divorce his husband.
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to intervene in a dispute between the Episcopal Church and a conservative northern Virginia congregation that left the denomination in a rift over homosexuality and other issues, ending a seven-year legal battle over a historic church that traces its roots back to George Washington.
The pure, high voices of the choir soar toward the vaulted ceiling of Canterbury Cathedral as they have for more than 1,000 years. Just one thing is different - these young choristers in their purple cassocks are girls.
The Church of England may be on the road to having women bishops.
The Very Rev. John R. Hall, a 38-year veteran of Church of England service, was in Washington last month to strengthen ties with the National Cathedral and to cultivate more friends for Westminster Abbey on this side of the Atlantic.