Primates Meeting 5th Feb 2009
At the press briefing the Archbishop of Canterbury said the spirit of the meeting had been very constructive and while people might not have changed their minds on key issues there had been a willingness to listen and to try to find accommodations for each other
Primates Meeting 4th Feb 2009
The media briefing heard Archbishop Daniel Deng from Sudan speak of the dire situation in his country and from Archbishop David Moxon and the Rt Revd Paul Sarkar about the impact of global warming on the environment.
Primates Meeting 3rd Feb 2009
The Primates of the Anglican Communion have called for immediate action on Zimbabwe.
A meeting of Primates in Alexandria, Egypt, has called on President Robert Mugabe to respect the outcome of the elections of 2008 and to step down and endorsed a call for the implementation of the rule of law and the restoration of democratic processes.
Primates took part in a moving discussion on Zimbabwe on Monday night led by Bishop Albert Chama of Central Africa and Archbishop Thabo Makgoba of Southern Africa.
Primates Meeting 2nd Feb 2009
The first full day of business at the Primates meeting in Alexandria, Egypt, has been held in a relaxed atmosphere with primates generally positive about the days ahead.The media spokesman for the primates meeting, Australia's Primate, Archbishop Dr Phillip Aspinall, said day two of the meeting included a presentation by five Primates about the impact of the current situation on province mission priorities.
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