Lambeth Commission on Communion

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August 19, 2004

Bonds that unite the world's 77 million Anglicans -- including 2.3 million Episcopalians in the United States -- are at the heart of a study to be completed in September by an international commission appointed last year by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Ways in which these...

July 7, 2004

In recent weeks, ACNS has received a large number of queries about the progress of the Lambeth Commission on Communion (LCC). ACNS managed to catch up with the Chair of the Commission, the Most Revd Robin Eames, as he passed through St Andrew's House this week. He agreed to give some personal...

June 23, 2004

The Lambeth Commission met in plenary session for the second time between Monday 14 and Friday 18 June at the Kanuga Conference Center, Hendersonville, North Carolina, by kind invitation of the Center's President, Dr Albert Gooch. The Commission is grateful for the hospitality of all the staff...

June 18, 2004

On the afternoon of June 15 I met with members of the Lambeth Commission under the chairmanship of the Most Rev. Robin Eames, Primate of All Ireland. Participating with me in this conversation were: the Very Rev. George Werner, President of the House of Deputies; the Rt. Rev. Arthur Williams,...

June 17, 2004

The Most Revd Njongonkulu Ndungane Archbishop of Cape Town and Primate of the Province of Southern Africa

The Life of the Anglican Communion: A Way Ahead

14 June 2004

As the Lambeth Commission on Communion prepares to meet, I want to put forward three perspectives from my...

May 24, 2004

On May 18, 2004 Archbishop Robin Eames of Ireland spoke to the annual dinner of the Church Club of New York. Eames chairs the Lambeth Commission on Communion, appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury following the meeting of the Primates of the Anglican Communion in Lambeth Palace, London, in...

May 24, 2004

On May 18, the Most Rev. Robert H.A. (Robin) Eames, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, addressed the 117th dinner of the Church Club of New York at the Harvard Club in New York City, addressing the crisis in the Anglican Communion. A transcription of his recorded remarks follows...

February 13, 2004

The first plenary session of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Commission on Communion met from 9th - 13th February, 2004, at St George's House, Windsor, under the chairmanship of Archbishop Robin Eames, the Primate of All Ireland. The Commission received its mandate from the Archbishop of...

February 7, 2004

The Lambeth Conference

The Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops, meeting every ten years under the presidency of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The first was held in 1867. Since 1988 the members of the Anglican Consultative Council have been invited to attend the Conference.

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January 31, 2004

There are an estimated 70 million members of the Anglican/Episcopal family in 38 self-governing Member Churches or Provinces in more than 160 countries. The Anglican Communion has developed in two stages. Following the first stage, which began in the 17th century in Britain, Anglicanism was...

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