New Province Planned for Mozambique & Angola

Plans are underway for the creation of the Anglican Communion’s 42nd province, the Igreja Anglicana de Moçambique e Angola (IAMA), which would eventually gather a half million Portuguese-speaking Anglicans in the two southern African nations.

The Theology of Agatha Christie

Hers is a world in which we can recognize ourselves: broken yet searching for, and trusting in, redemption and le bon dieu. This is why she continues to touch the public soul.

Sexuality Conflict Roils ACNA

By Kirk Petersen The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), which split from the Episcopal Church (TEC) more than a decade ago in part because of disagreement over human sexuality, now finds itself embroil... Read more...

Fijian Order Marks 5th Anniversary with New Novice

The Moana Community of Saint Clare, an indigenous women’s religious order on the Polynesian Island of Fiji, celebrated five years of ministry and welcomed their first novice this week. Miliva Tokariki, 22, will help at Saint Christopher’s Home, an orphanage run by the community in Nasinu, near Suva, the Fijian capital.