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April ~ 2015 ~ Anglican-Roman Catholic news & opinion

Pope Francis meets members of ARCIC III
30 April 2015 • Persistent link: iarccum.org/?p=1597
Pope Francis met with members of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission

This morning Pope Francis received in audience twenty members of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission, meeting in these days in order to study the relationship between the universal Church and the local Church, with particular reference to processes for discussions and decision making regarding moral and ethical questions. The Commission was created as a result of the historic meeting in 1966 between Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Arthur Michael Ramsey, who signed a joint declaration to establish dialogue based on the Gospel and the common tradition in the hope of leading to the unity in truth for which Christ prayed.

Nigerian bishop to be the Anglican Communion’s next Secretary General
2 April 2015 • Persistent link: iarccum.org/?p=1807
The Rt. Rev. Josiah Idowu Fearon (centre) with Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury (left) and Bishop James Tengatenga, chair of the Anglican Consultative Council (right)

The Most Revd Dr Josiah Atkins Idowu-Fearon has been appointed to be the next Secretary General of the Anglican Communion. Dr Idowu-Fearon currently serves as Bishop of Kaduna in the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) where he has earned a global reputation in the Church for his expertise in Christian-Muslim relations. He was selected out of an initial field of applicants from Oceania, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. Since 1998 the Most Revd Dr Idowu-Fearon has been Bishop of Kaduna, and he is the current Director of the Kaduna Anglican Study Centre. Before that he served as Bishop of Sokoto, Warden at St Francis of Assisi Theological College in Wusasa, and Provost of St. Michael’s Cathedral in Kaduna.