News from the Anglican Centre in Rome

Allsaintstide 2014 Volume 20 No 2
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The first ever Vatican v Archbishop of Canterbury's XI cricket match has "brightened us up and lightened us up" and given a new perspective on ecumenical dialogue and the inter-communion of relationships.
The Director's Letter from Rome

Archbishop David Moxon points to a new, attractive vision for the world's future.

Visitors to Rome
A London youth group visits the Centre, and Archbishop Justin Welby's Rome visit takes in the Refugee Centre at St Paul's-within-the-walls.

Courses in 2015

New initiatives include Female Leadership in the Church, The Francis Effect, and an Emerging Leaders Course (more), and there's a repeat of the highly-praised Receptive Ecumenism course.

Centro-Fold  -  The Fiftieth Anniversary of Redintegratio Unitatis
The excitement of the documents coming from the Second Vatican Council

St Mellitus College on Pilgrimage to Rome
Arranged by the Anglican Centre and Father Peter Hughes of St Gregorio Monastery, the pilgrimage of the London/Chelmsford theological  college.

A Scholar in Residence
Anna Baldwin, a Masters student from New Zealand, describes her unforgettable time of study based at the Centre.

Centre People

Canon Kenneth Kearon elected to the see of Limerick and Killaloe, the Revd Tim Macquiban comes as the new Methodist Minister in Rome, the Revd Marcus Walker to continue as Associate Director for the next three years, and Bridget Moss becomes Development Officer.

Pope Francis longs for a time of full Communion
On the 70th anniversary of this first Communion, the Pope calls for  prayerful optimism on the path of reconciliation to full unity.

Supporting the Centre by prayer and giving
Details of Governance, Staff and Friends - and where $20,000 came from in 24 hours.

And finally .... how to make donations to the Centre