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And the streets filled with choking dust

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article28664
Author
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2001 Michaelmas
Author
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2001 Michaelmas
Issue
103
Page
5
Notes
A comment by the Most Rev. Rowan Williams, Primate of Wales, who was in New York, at Trinity Church Wall Street, when the World Trade Center was destroyed. Like many others, Archbishop Williams thought he was going to die. "This moment of terror and extreme vulnerability brought us closer to others -- we'd have a language in common, even though our experience was less and our danger short-lived. ... We've been `spoken to' in the language of terror and hate; if we reply in the same terms, we say `All right, that's how we are going to go on, that's what we treat as normal'. We have a choice which language we speak, how the conversation goes on." "God chooses to speak a common language with us by sharing the experience of terror and death. And when we speak to God the language of hatred and rejection, nails and spears, nail-bombs and airstrikes, terror attacks and the bleeding bodies of children, in Ireland, Baghdad, Jerusalem or New York, God refuses to answer in that language. He can only speak his own Word which, in the incarnation, is a word shared with us."
Subjects
World Trade Center (New York, N.Y.) Terrorist Attack, 2001
Terrorism - Religious aspects - Church in Wales
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Church in Wales
Nonviolence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Nonviolence - Religious aspects - Church in Wales
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Anglican Peace and Justice Network : Community transformation : violence and the Church's response : Anglican Peace and Justice Network Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi : 25 September - 3 October 2007

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6537
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[New York NY]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
vi, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"Editing and research services were provided by John Ratti, Margaret Larom, and Gary Williams on behalf of the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, director of the Advocacy Center, Episcopal Church, USA, and secretary of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printing was done by Mission Graphics, a printing ministry of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior in Chinatown, New York City (www.ecoserve.org)". -- verso of t.-p.
"Under the inspired leadership of the Rt. Rev. Pie Ntukamazina, Bishop of Bujumbura, Burundi, members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network representing 17 provinces of the Anglican Communion were hosted by the Anglican churches of Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October 2007. ... The gathering was focused intentionally upon conflict resolution, exploring the role of violence and civil unrest in societies and considering how best the church might respond to these contemporary realities. Many members of the Network brought moving reports of their own experience of living in conflict situations". -- p. 1.
Contents divided into four main sections: Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Section Four: Resources.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- About Us -- Mission Statement -- Foreword dated May 2009 / Dr. Jenny Plane Te Paa, Convenor, APJN Steering Committee -- APJN 2007 Participants -- Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- APJN Triennial Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi, 2007 -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Korea: Towards Peace and Reconciliation (TOPIK) / Jeremiah Yang -- South Africa: Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM) -- Melanesia: Healing Past Hurts: A Way Forward -- Sudan: Let Us Move from Violence to Peace -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Religion and Violence / Alexander John Malik -- Liberation Theology as a Test for Authentic Religion: The Case of Palestine / Naim Ateek -- Impact of Crisis on Community Life: Report from Burundi / Pie Ntukamazina -- Church's Role in Building Peace: Congo is Key to Stability of Great Lakes Region / Sylvestre Bahati Bali-Busane -- Article 9 and Peace in Asia: Anglicans Support Japan's Peace Constitution / Toshi Yamamoto -- The Amazon: Ecocide and Environmental Debt, Neo-Colonialism and Responsibility / Luiz Prado -- Section Four: Resources -- Knowledge about Conflict and Peace / Samson Wassara -- Decade to Overcome Violence, 2001-2010 / World Council of Churches -- Creative Peacemaking / Episcopal Peace Fellowship (USA) -- From the Ashes of Coventry Cathedral / Community of the Cross of Nails -- More Resources and Models for Conflict Resolution.
Canadian participants: Maylanne Maybee and Cynthia Patterson.
OTCH copy donated by Suzanne Lawson contains some yellow highlighting in text.
Added Entry
APJN
Ateek, Naim Stifan, 1937-
Bali-Busane, Sylvestre Bahati
Malik, Alexander (Alexander John), 1944-
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Prado, Luiz Osorio Pires, 1943-2009
Wassara, Samson S.
Yamamoto, Toshi
Yang, Jeremiah
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Korean reunification question (1945- ) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Korea
Korea - History - 1945-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Violence - Solomon Islands
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Sudan
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Burundi - Politics and government
Burundi - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Congo (Democratic Republic) - Politics and government
Anglican Church of Congo
Peace - Japan
Peace - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
War - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
Ecology - Brazil
Ecology - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican Peace and Justice Network : Community transformation : violence and the Church's response : Anglican Peace and Justice Network Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi : 25 September - 3 October 2007

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8669
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[New York NY]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
vi, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"Editing and research services were provided by John Ratti, Margaret Larom, and Gary Williams on behalf of the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, director of the Advocacy Center, Episcopal Church, USA, and secretary of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printing was done by Mission Graphics, a printing ministry of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior in Chinatown, New York City (www.ecoserve.org)". -- verso of t.-p.
"Under the inspired leadership of the Rt. Rev. Pie Ntukamazina, Bishop of Bujumbura, Burundi, members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network representing 17 provinces of the Anglican Communion were hosted by the Anglican churches of Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October 2007. ... The gathering was focused intentionally upon conflict resolution, exploring the role of violence and civil unrest in societies and considering how best the church might respond to these contemporary realities. Many members of the Network brought moving reports of their own experience of living in conflict situations". -- p. 1.
Contents divided into four main sections: Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Section Four: Resources.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- About Us -- Mission Statement -- Foreword dated May 2009 / Dr. Jenny Plane Te Paa, Convenor, APJN Steering Committee -- APJN 2007 Participants -- Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- APJN Triennial Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi, 2007 -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Korea: Towards Peace and Reconciliation (TOPIK) / Jeremiah Yang -- South Africa: Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM) -- Melanesia: Healing Past Hurts: A Way Forward -- Sudan: Let Us Move from Violence to Peace -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Religion and Violence / Alexander John Malik -- Liberation Theology as a Test for Authentic Religion: The Case of Palestine / Naim Ateek -- Impact of Crisis on Community Life: Report from Burundi / Pie Ntukamazina -- Church's Role in Building Peace: Congo is Key to Stability of Great Lakes Region / Sylvestre Bahati Bali-Busane -- Article 9 and Peace in Asia: Anglicans Support Japan's Peace Constitution / Toshi Yamamoto -- The Amazon: Ecocide and Environmental Debt, Neo-Colonialism and Responsibility / Luiz Prado -- Section Four: Resources -- Knowledge about Conflict and Peace / Samson Wassara -- Decade to Overcome Violence, 2001-2010 / World Council of Churches -- Creative Peacemaking / Episcopal Peace Fellowship (USA) -- From the Ashes of Coventry Cathedral / Community of the Cross of Nails -- More Resources and Models for Conflict Resolution.
Canadian participants: Maylanne Maybee and Cynthia Patterson.
OTCH copy donated by Suzanne Lawson contains some yellow highlighting in text.
Added Entry
APJN
Ateek, Naim Stifan, 1937-
Bali-Busane, Sylvestre Bahati
Malik, Alexander (Alexander John), 1944-
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Prado, Luiz Osorio Pires, 1943-2009
Wassara, Samson S. (Samson Samuel), 1957-
Yamamoto, Toshi
Yang, Jeremiah (Jeremiah Guen Seok)
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Korean reunification question (1945- ) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Korea
Korea - History - 1945-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Violence - Solomon Islands
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Sudan
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Burundi - Politics and government
Burundi - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Congo (Democratic Republic) - Politics and government
Anglican Church of Congo
Peace - Japan
Peace - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
War - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
Ecology - Brazil
Ecology - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Archbishop Williams visits Kenya

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article33340
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2005 Christ the King
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2005 Christ the King
Issue
119
Page
44
Notes
Two photos with caption. "Following immediately upon leaving Burundi, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, took the opportunity to join with church leaders in Africa at a special consultation in Nairobi, Kenya. The purpose of the meeting was to look at the role of church, faith and reconciliation in post trauma, post war scenarios, such as Burundi, Rwanda and the Congo. Dramatic testimonies of the church's role in troubled times were shared, both successes and failures. The group included many Primates of the area and leaders in various reconciliation ministries." Text of entire article.
Subjects
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Reconciliation - Africa
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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Around the world : Pretoria : Church challenge

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article43471
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 January
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1989 January
Volume
115
Issue
1
Page
2
Notes
"The Anglican bishop here [Church of the Province of Souther Africa, Diocese of Pretoria] has challenged the church to reconsider its position on war and become one of the peace churches. Bishop Richard Kraft, in his charge to his diocesan synod, noted his distress at the recent [1988] Lambeth Conference resolution in which the bishops say they understand why people would turn to violence actions when non-violent methods had been exhausted. "I have made no secret of the fact that I am a pacifist and that I regard my own church's stance on this issue as inconsistent with the gospel of our lord Jesus Christ', he said". "'Our church has taken the line of the just war theory and at time the just revolution theory as espoused by Aquinas and Calvin. Practically, it has marched the troops into church to bless their going out and their coming in", he said". "At Lambeth, however, the Irish bishops had to publicly disassociate themselves with this part of the resolution; they have learned the hard way what a wasteland is created when one takes this way".
Subjects
Kraft, Richard A. (Richard Austin), 1936-2001
Lambeth Conference, 1988 - Resolutions
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Nonviolence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
War - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Just war doctrine - Anglican Communion
Pacifism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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Beyond colonial Anglicanism : the Anglican Communion in the twenty-first century

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog3892
Publication Date
c2001
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5021 B48 2001
Place
New York NY
Publisher
Church Publishing
Publication Date
c2001
Physical_Description
viii, 376 p. ; 22.7 x 15 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Ian T. Douglas and Kwok Pui-lan."
Includes bibliographical references.
"This book originated at a consultation on `Anglicanism in a Post-Colonial World' held at the Episcopal Divinity School from June 7-11, 1998" . -- Acknowledgements, p. [vii].
"The essays by Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane and Professor Jaci Maraschin have appeared in the `Anglican Theological Review', and we are grateful to the authors for allowing them to be re-published here." -- Acknowledgements, p. [vii].
Fifteen essays by 16 contributors which address "some of the key questions facing the Anglican Communion: What does it mean for a family of churches historically identified with the Church of England that the majority of Anglicans today are from the South with very different cultures from that of the English ? What does it mean that contemporary global Anglicanism is increasingly moving away from the cultural, political, and economic hegemony of Anglo-American colonialism ?" -- Intro., p. 11.
Contents: Preface / Glauco S. de Lima -- The Exigencies of Times and Occasions : Power and Identity in the Anglican Communion Today / Ian T. Douglas -- The Legacy of Cultural Hegemony in the Anglican Church / Kwok Pui-lan -- The Nature and Share of the Contemporary Anglican Communion / David Hamid -- From Violence to Healing : The Struggle for Our Common Humanity / Denise M. Ackermann -- As We Sail Life's Rugged Sea : The Paradox of Divine Weakness / Kortright Davis -- This Fragile Earth Our Island Home : The Environmental Crisis / Jeffrey M. Golliher -- Debt Relief : Giving Poor Countries a Second Chance / John Hammock and Anuradha Harinarayan -- Power, Blessings, and Human Sexuality : Making the Justice Connections / Renee L. Hill -- Global Urbanization : A Christian Response / Laurie Green -- Scripture : What is at Issue in Anglicanism Today ? / Njongonkulu Ndungane -- The Primacy of Baptism : A Reffirmation of Authority in the Church / Frederica Harris Thompsett -- Leadership Formation for a New World : An Emergent Indigenous Anglican Theological College / Jenny Plane Te Paa -- Beyond the Monarch/Chief : Reconsidering Episcopacy in Africa / Simon E. Chiwanga -- Culture, Spirit, and Worship / Jaci Maraschin -- Towards a Postcolonial Re-visioning of the Church's Faith, Witness and Communion -- Christopher Duraisingh.
Added Entry
Douglas, Ian T. (Ian Theodore), 1958-
Kwok, Pui-lan, 1952-
Ackermann, Denise M., 1935-
Chiwanga, Simon (Simon Elija), 1939-
Davis, Kortright (Donald Henry Kortright), 1941-
Duraisingh, Christopher
Golliher, Jeffrey M. (Jeffrey Mark), 1953-
Green, Laurie
Hamid, David, 1955-
Hammock, John
Harinarayan, Anuradha
Hill, Renee L. (Renee Leslie), 1962-
Maraschin, Jaci C. (Jaci Correia), 1929-2009
Ndungane, W.H. Njongonkulu (Winston Hugh Njongonkulu), 1941-
Soares de Lima, Glauco, 1934-2017
Te Paa, Jenny (Jennifer) Plane
Thompsett, Fredrica Harris, 1942-
Subjects
Anglican Communion - Congresses
Christianity and culture - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Demographics
Authority - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Identity - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Imperialism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Communion - Statistics
Anglican Communion - Government
Violence - South Africa
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Healing - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Southern Africa
Ecology - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Human ecology - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Debts, External - Developing countries - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Jubilee (Christianity)
Distributive justice - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Homosexuality - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Same sex unions - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Same sex unions - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Same-sex marriage - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Same-sex marriage - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church
Urbanization - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Globalization - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Bible - Evidences, authority, etc. - Anglican Communion
Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc. - Anglican Communion
Baptism - Episcopal Church
Leadership - Religious aspects - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Indigenous peoples - Religious aspects - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Indigenous peoples - New Zealand
Theological education - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
Leadership - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Episcopacy - Anglican Communion
Episcopacy - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Liturgical adaptation - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Christianity and culture - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Christianity and culture - Brazil
Multiculturalism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
ISBN
0-89869-357-8 (pbk.)
Call Number
BX 5021 B48 2001
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Breaking down the walls of division

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34266
Author
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Michaelmas
Author
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Michaelmas
Issue
123
Page
4
Notes
"The Archbishop of Canterbury on 'Thought for the Day' BBC Radio 4, 11 September 2006." The author recalls the events of 11 September 2006 when he was in New York only a hundred yards from the Twin Towers. The next day when he was asked to preach the image that came to him was "about God having 'broken down the wall of division' between people". "Desperate tragedy, trauma and shock bring us closer to strangers. That doesn't make what happens good or explainable, it doesn't take away the responsibility of those who did the damage or heal the grief of the bereaved. But for the rest of us, the connection is made, with our own humanity and the humanity of others." He describes a conversation he had the previous week with some senior rabbis from Israel in which they talked about recent conflict and violence in Israel and Lebanon. One of the rabbis mentioned the Bible story about God's instruction to Moses to take off his shoes in the divine presence. The "Jewish sages had interpreted this to mean that we couldn't meet God if we were protected against the uneven and unyielding and perhaps stony or thorny ground. The same, said the rabbi, when we meet the human beings who are made in God's image. Those who've become hardened to violence of any kind, whether by actually bringing it about or just by assuming it's never going to come near them, need to 'take off their shoes' and recognise what it is like when flesh and blood are hurt, recognise that someone else's suffering is my problem too. Terrorism is the absolute negation of any such recognition. And in the long run, what will make it unthinkable is 'taking off our shoes', coming to terms with what we share as mortal beings who have immortal value".
Subjects
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 - Religious aspects - Church of England
September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001 - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Terrorism - Religious aspects - Church of England
Terrorism - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of England
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
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From the Secretary General : A Christmas Message

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article28753
Author
Peterson, John L. (John Louis), 1942-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2001 Advent
Author
Peterson, John L. (John Louis), 1942-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2001 Advent
Issue
104
Page
2
Notes
"The events of September 11 [2001] have spoken to me of the importance of refusing to make God narrow -- that our vision of God must be a generous one, and that we must help other people, both Christian and non-Christian, to hold such a vision as well. Perhaps we as members of the Anglican Communion, which often sees itself as having a `bridge' role, have a particularly important part to play here. I believe in the months and years to come that NIFCON will play an increasingly important role in helping to coordinate the activities of our Communion in this area -- sharing experiences, supporting churches that are struggling and perhaps suffering persecution, and reaching out in humility to listen to our neighbours of other faiths".
Subjects
Bethlehem - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Creches (Nativity scenes)
Violence - Israel
Network for Inter-Faith Concerns (NIFCON)
Christianity and other religions - Anglican Communion
Interfaith dialogue - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Church of Pakistan
Violence - Pakistan
Freedom of religion
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International Anglican Family Network : Violence and the Family

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30603
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2003 Michaelmas
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2003 Michaelmas
Issue
111
Page
[25]-[36]
Notes
Issue of IAFN Newsletter included as part of the Anglican World for Michaelmas 2003. An editorial and series of short reports from different agencies and countries about "Violence and the Family." During the 12 years of its existence the International Anglican Family Network (IAFN) has always been a "virtual network linked by the Newsletter. However, through a generous grant, the first Consultation since the inception of the Network was recently held in Nairobi, Kenya. It was held in Africa because Christians from that continent had been some of the most enthusiastic contributors to the Network. The topic of `Violence and the Family' was chosen because it was a theme which had recurred in the newsletters." 32 people attended the Consultation representing 17 African countries and a wide range of professions. It was co-chaired by Archdeacon Taimalelagi Fagamalama Tuatagalaoa, the Anglican Observer at the United Nations and Dr. David Gitari, former Archbishop of Kenya. The Consultation considered three aspects of violence and the family: violence between couples, violence against children and violence from the wider world. This newsletter is based on material from the Nairobi Consultation and sets out some recommendations of the final report which is available from the IAFN office.
Subjects
Family violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Child abuse - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Children and violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Child welfare - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Family - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Africa
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Family violence - Uganda
Violence against women - Uganda
Family violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Uganda
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Uganda
Family violence - Botswana
Violence against women - Botswana
Family violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Family violence - Nigeria
Violence against women - Nigeria
Fathers' Fellowship - Church of Nigeria
Women - Economic conditions - Malawi
Economic justice - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Church of the Province of Central Africa. Diocese of Southern Malawi - Upper Shire
Microfinance - Malawi
Family violence - Great Britain
Violence against women - Great Britain
Family violence - Religious aspects - Church of England
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Church of England
Family - Brazil
Family - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Family violence - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil. Diocese of Pelotas
Family violence - Papua New Guinea
Violence against women - Papua New Guinea
Family violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea
Violence against women - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea
Children and violence - Botswana
Child abuse - Botswana
Children and violence - Ghana
Child abuse - Ghana
Child abuse - Uganda
Child welfare - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Uganda
Children - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Uganda
Girls - Zimbabwe
Women - Education - Zimbabwe
Women - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Church of the Province of Central Africa. Diocese of Manicaland
Child abuse - Canada
Child welfare - Canada
Child abuse - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto
Violence - Rwanda
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Rwanda
Violence - Zimbabwe
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Central Africa
Violence - Ireland
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of Ireland
Corrymeela Community
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[Remembering the Dead and Praying for the Living]

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article28799
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2001 Advent
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2001 Advent
Issue
104
Page
42
Notes
Photo with caption. "Remembering the Dead and Praying for the Living. Worshippers filled the nave of Southwark Cathedral, led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, for a service in memory of the Church of Pakistan church members killed while at worship. A young boy lights a candle as a name is read aloud. The Rt. Rev. Michael Nazir-Ali, Bishop of Rochester preached and Bishop Mano Rumalshah presided".
Subjects
Pakistanis - Great Britain
Violence - Pakistan
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Church of Pakistan
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