Burundi Chooses New Primate

The Rt. Rev. Sixbert Macumi, Bishop of Buye, has been elected as the fifth Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Burundi. Macumi, 53, will succeed Archbishop Martin Nyaboho, the church’s primate since 2016, when he is installed on August 21.

10-member Unity Panel

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s task group will maintain conversation among Anglican primates.

Abp. Anis Will Miss ACC-16

Primates were “very clear that [Episcopalians] should not be nominated or elected” to internal standing committees.

Idowu-Fearon Prays for Primates

“We confess our individual and corporate roles in bringing the Communion to where she is today and ask for your forgiveness.”

GAFCON Responds to Invitation

GAFCON: Division “is not primarily a problem of relationships and cultural context, but of false teaching.”

‘Deeply Grieved’

Global South leaders: “We are deeply grieved again by the Episcopal Church … to change the definition of marriage in their church canons.”

Primates Call for New Meeting

“It is important that the agenda of this Primates Meeting be discussed and agreed upon by the Primates beforehand.”

Jesus: Center of Our Unity

“We ask that our Communion consider our offering and our desire to be faithful” to the vision of the Toronto Congress in 1963.