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Anglican Consultative Council 2022

ACC Members Visit Slave Castle, Reflect, and Repent

Members of the Anglican Consultative Council visited Cape Coast Castle, a historic trading fortress deeply associated with the Transatlantic Slave Trade, on February 15.

ACC Authorizes ‘Good Differentiation’ Study

The Anglican Consultative Council authorized the communion’s doctrine commission to undertake a five-year study of “good differentiation,” exploring “theological questions regarding structure and decision-making to help address our differences in the Anglican Communion.”

Networks Share News of Growth and Challenges

The Rt. Rev. Anthony Poggo, who became the Anglican Communion’s secretary general five and a half months ago, shared news of the Anglican Communion Office in London on the 18th Anglican Consultative Council’s first full day of business on February 13.

Welby Urges Structural Reforms for Anglican Communion

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby urged the Anglican Communion to consider a reconfiguration of its Instruments of Communion to help it meet the challenges of a changing world and protracted division over human sexuality.

Welby Honors Ghanian King with Cross of St. Augustine

The Archbishop of Canterbury awarded the Cross of St. Augustine to King Otumfuo Osei Tutu II on February 11.


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