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The Anglican Centre in Rome is the permanent Anglican presence in Rome.
It is a living symbol of our Communion's commitment to the unity of the Church.
It stands for our desire to work collaboratively with all Christians for justice and peace in the world
and for the flourishing of all God's children whatever their origin or status.
The Centre's Director is the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative to the Holy See.
We have a ministry of hospitality and prayer, and provide educational opportunities and resources.
We foster dialogue, friendship and respect.
Above all, our vision is of One Church, for one world - God's world.

Welcome from Archbishop Sir David Moxon

Instigating GFNThe Anglican Centre is here to promote Christian unity in a divided world. Our focus is developing deeper relations between the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion, so that these two great world-wide bodies are more effective instruments of the justice and righteousness of God amongst those who suffer the most, those trapped in poverty and oppression .

And now, for the first time in history, leaders of the world’s largest faiths have come together with the goal of ending slavery. Committed to the dignity and freedom that is the birthright of all humankind, Catholic, Anglican, Orthodox, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhis and Jewish leaders have signeda Joint Declaration of Religious Leaders Against Modern Slavery on the World Day for the Abolition of Slavery, 2nd December.

Archbishop David Moxon has been closely involved in the preparation of the Declaration since the instigation of the Global Freedom Network in March 2014 (see photo above). He has welcomed it as a unique witness of the solidarity of people of faith in the face of one of the greatest evils of our time:  “It has been a great privilege to have worked hard on this with so many dedicated people, to begin a from faith, by faith, to faith, strategy that will , God willing, contribute to the ongoing struggle to overcome this crime against humanity.”
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