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March 9, 2016


Future role of Canadian church in Cuba unclear, says Archbishop of Canada
A year after the Episcopal Church of Cuba voted unanimously to return to The [American] Episcopal Church (TEC) following the normalization of relations between Cuba and the United States, it is still unclear how this will affect the relationship between the Cuban and Canadian Anglican churches, said Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.

Archbishop of Canterbury: Proclaiming the Gospel is ‘integral to being a Christian’
Worshipping God and proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ is integral to being a Christian, the Archbishop of Canterbury had said. Speaking at an event in Lambeth Palace to promote sports ministry within the C of E, Archbishop Justin Welby said that everything else the church does is “decoration”.

Archbishop of Nigeria praises police after rescue of kidnapped church school girls
The Archbishop of Nigeria has praised police and government officials after their successful rescue of three teenage schoolgirls who had been kidnapped from their church-run boarding school in Lagos.

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