Anglican Church in Burundi

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January 24, 2007

The following is a report from the Anglican Church of Burundi about the national crisis in the country as a result of famine and floods.

The Government of Burundi has declared the situation in the country a national disaster and called for national and international assistance to...

October 19, 2006

The following statement was issued October 19 by Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi of the Anglican Church of Burundi on behalf of the House of Bishops:

The House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Burundi received and discussed the Archbishop of Canterbury's reflection "The Challenge and Hope...

September 26, 2006

Optimism and the peace agreement between the FNL, an extreme Hutu rebel group, and the Government of Burundi are increasingly fueling the desire of many refugees to return to Burundi from camps in neighboring countries where they had been living for many years in order to escape the long civil...

November 22, 2004

Relationships between the Episcopal Church and Anglican provinces in Africa were strengthened as Anglican leaders from Burundi made a two week visit to New York, bringing news from their provinces and acknowledging dialogue as being crucial to the future wellbeing of the Anglican Communion....

January 13, 2000

A delegation from the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) returned from a late-November trip to Burundi sobered by the continuing violence but cautiously hopeful that the fragile peace process may have a chance.

"We were eager to express our solidarity with members of the Episcopal...

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