News: Episcopal News Service November 30, 2015


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November 30, 2015


Anglican and Episcopal bishops from across Central America along with human rights ombudsman and their representatives, attended a two-day conference in San Salvador, El Salvador on forced migration, internal displacement, human trafficking and modern slavery. Photo: Lynette Wilson/ENS

Conference brings together human rights ombudsmen, Anglican and Episcopal bishops
As Syrian refugees continue to risk death embarking on a dangerous journey to Europe in search of a better life, Central Americans forcibly displaced by an ongoing social conflict in the Northern Triangle also are fleeing, traveling both north and south in search of safety.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees last month warned of the “looming refugee crisis” emanating from Central America.

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‘Let love lead Anglican Communion’ – Children’s prayer at ACC-16 launch
Pope Francis has made a visit to the Anglican shrine to the Ugandan Martyrs in Namugongo, and spoke of the “ecumenism of blood.” Pope Francis looked visibly pained and shocked as Archbishop Stanley Ntagali, primate of the Anglican Church of Uganda, explained how the martyrs were put to death on the orders of the King of Buganda in the late 19th Century for refusing to renounce their faith.

Pope Francis visits martyrs’ shrine
If you wish to see something launched with style, fervor and commitment then you could do no better than have been in Lusaka Cathedral yesterday (29 November) when the Province of Central Africa launched the preparations for the 16th meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-16), which will take place in Lusaka next April.

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