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Africa Archives
Liberia's Cuttington University College president optimistic about school's future
Anglican Church of Tanzania outlines vision for future
Burundian Church leaders encourage unity, acknowledge diversity
AIDS relief, Sudan crisis underscored for Congress
Southern African primate delivers Hobart lecture, outlines mission
Communique from the African Anglican Bishops' Conference
Archbishop of Cape Town launches new global poverty campaign
From African Primates: Statement on Windsor Report
African Bishops' Conference set to open in Nigeria
Newsmakers: London forum brings views from Nigeria, U.K., U.S.
From Nigeria's Primate, Archbishop Peter Akinola: Statement on Windsor Report
Episcopal, African Cooperation Nets $10 Million AIDS Grant
Canterbury says Akinola's convocation plan not approved by Williams
Pennsylvania diocese reaches out to Sudan
Statement from the Primate of Uganda
Southern Africans with AIDS helped through Namibia, Cape Town dioceses
Two Southern California parishes vote alignment with Uganda diocese
The tortuous history and background of Sudan
Pennsylvania Episcopalians reach out to Sudan from Diocese of Bethlehem
Sudanese priest brings message: we all are one
Presiding Bishop's letter to Bush about the crisis in Sudan
Griswold urges comprehensive strategy for peace in Sudan
Global issues a priority for Executive Council
Episcopalians march on Sudanese embassy in Washington
Presiding Bishop's statement on seizure of church property in Sudan
Retired Ugandan Primate calls for peace and unity
Mixed signals emerge from Nairobi meeting of Global South primates
Reminders of Rwanda genocide prompt concerns for future in Sudan
Never again: Presiding Bishop's statement on the crisis in Darfur, Sudan
African church body begins two-year restructuring
Peace agreement offers fragile hope for peace in the Sudan
Danforth's report to President Bush urges international efforts for compromise in Sudan