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Oceania Primates commit to the Anglican Communion as “one body with many parts”

Anglican leaders in the Oceania region have reiterated their commitment to the Anglican Communion, describing it as “one body with many parts”. The comments were made in a communiqué at the end of their annual Fono, or meeting, which brings together primates and provincial secretaries from the four independent-yet-interdependent churches in the region

"While the probability of dying in a natural disaster is greatest in low resource communities, it is 14 times greater for women and girls" (Dr Robin Ray)

Mothers Union supporting Pacific neighbours with climate resilience

“Anglican Mothers Union Australia (AMUA) recognises the privileged position that comes from living in a high-resource country and the need to share financial resources with Mothers Union members overseas. To this end, AMUA is supporting specific projects in the Pacific over two-year periods,” says AMUA Coordinator for Overseas and Northern Outreach, Dr Robin Ray


Māori leaders bless new diglot Bible

Archbishop Don Tamihere and The Rev’d Dr Wayne Te Kaawa have joined theology students and staff from Otago University and Te Rau Theological College to bless and launch the new side-by-side Māori-English language Paipera Tapu – Bible