ACC Diocese of Southern Africa elects new Bishop


by John Omwake, editor of The Trinitarian It took the Anglican Diocese of Southern Africa one ballot to elect the Right Reverend Dominic Sonwabo Mdunyelwa as the second Bishop Ordinary of the diocese.  Bishop Mdunyelwa, who has been Episcopal Visitor to the diocese, succeeds the Right...

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Diocese of the UK to celebrate the 24th anniversary of its founding this January


Later this month, Anglican Catholics in the United Kingdom will celebrate a unique anniversary.  On the 24th of January, which also happens to be Septuagesima Sunday, the Anglican Catholic Diocese of the United Kingdom (DUK) will commemorate 24 years of existence. The diocese was founded in...

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Archbishop requests aid for Mission Society in Advent appeal


The Saint Paul Missionary Society is the international missionary and humanitarian arm of the Anglican Catholic Church.  SPMS supports clergy and educational, religious, and humanitarian works in South America, the Caribbean, Africa, south Asia, and Southeast Asia, including Colombia,...

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Anglican Parishes Association announces publication of leather bound 1928 Prayer Book


The Anglican Parishes Association Book Publisher has announced that in addition to reissuing its popular leather-bound BCP/KJV (1928 Book of Common Prayer and King James Bible), it will also be printing a stand-alone Prayer Book bound in leather.  In describing the book, the publisher...

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Newly consecrated bishop receives warm welcome in Niarobi


Kenya got its first ACC bishop when the Venerable John Kamande Ndegwa was consecrated on the Vigil of St. Simon and St. Jude, Oct. 27, 2015, at St. Stephen’s, Athens, Georgia, U.S.A.  And now he has come home. Born April 17th, 1969 in the highland town of Kericho, Bishop Ndegwa was...

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