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CAPA Primates Statement August 2010
The Primates of the Council of Anglican Provinces issued the following statement at the end of the All Africa Bishops Conference in August 2010. TO read the full text, click here.
Conference Statement of the All Africa Bishops Conference August 2010
The Bishops and delegates of the All Africa Bishops Conference in Entebbe Uganda issued a communique at the end of the conference. For the full text, read here.
Statement from the Sudanese Bishops to the AABC Entebbe, Uganda
Statement from the Sudanese Bishops to the African Anglican Bishops Conference – Kampala, Uganda 24th – 29th August 2010 Presented by His Grace, the Most Rev Dr Daniel Deng Bul Yak Your Graces and my fellow bishops of our beloved continent of Africa – on behalf of the Episcopal Church…
Archbishop of Canterbury at the All Africa Bishop
The Archbishop of Canterbury, The Rt. Hon and Most Rev. Rowan Williams was invited to attend the opening service of the 2nd All Africa Bishops Conference where he gave the sermon of the day. The Prime Minister of Uganda, Principal Judge, Primates and Bishops from the 12 Provinces of the…
Archbishop Orombi’s Welcome message at the All Africa Bishop’s Conference
Church of Uganda is hosting the 2nd All Africa Bishop’s Conference in Entebbe, Uganda. Archbishop Henry Luke Orombi, the Primate of Uganda had this to say as he welcomed the Bishops and delegates to the conference.
Archbishop Ian Ernest, CAPA Chairman’s remarks at the opening of the All Africa Bishop’s Conference
The Archbishop of the Indian Ocean and current Chairman of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, The Most Rev. Ian Ernest extended a cordial message of welcome and set the tone of the Conference. Read the full text of his address here.