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How one word divided the Church

“The Nicene Creed was originally written in Greek and translated into Latin…Over the next few centuries, an additional word crept into the Latin version of the Creed. We don’t know exactly how this unauthorised change occurred, but we do know that it caused enormous friction, anger and, eventually, what became known as the ‘Great Schism’,” says The Rev’d Dr Cathy Laufer, while offering a study guide for parishes so our community can take steps to repair the divisions in Christ’s Body

Image from the cover of the book, Listening Together: Global Anglican Perspectives on Renewal of Prayer and the Religious Life
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Bishops to renew "prayer and religious life” ahead of Lambeth Conference

The renewal of prayer and the religious life is explored in the third of three books on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s ministry priorities. The series has been produced by the Theological Education in the Anglican Communion (TEAC) department of the Anglican Communion Office to help bishops prepare for the next Lambeth Conference

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The Five Marks of Mission: Five – to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth

In the sixth, and final, reflection in the ACNS series looking at the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission, The Rev’d Canon Dr Rachel Mash, Environmental Coordinator for Green Anglicans, from the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, unpacks the fifth Mark of Mission: To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth