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  PHILIP RICHARDSON REFLECTS ON THE PRIMATES' MEETING

'Dance on to heaven, Joe'

Archbishop Winston Halapua pays tribute to a fine and much-loved priest who died in Auckland on Monday.

Nine bishops say no to euthanasia

Doctor-assisted dying "will open the gateway to many foreseen and unforeseen consequences” say nine Anglican bishops - and they have urged Parliament not to legalise euthanasia.
• The bishops' submission, in full 
• The InterChurch Bioethics Council submission
• Bishop Jim White's alternate view

Anglicans to review women's rights at UN

Canon Mere Wallace will raise the voice of indigenous Anglican women at the UN in New York next month.

Called as fishers by the Word

Isaiah and the fishermen hear the Lord's call this Sunday: speak the Word that you may haul in God's catch of hearts and souls.

'Walk? Or stay? We chose to stay'

"The listening was intense. Exhausting. Hour after hour, day after long day." Archbishop Philip Richardson reflects on last week's pivotal Primates' meeting in Canterbury.

Master weaver Mae Taurua dies

The creator of ChristChurch Cathedral's exquisite tututuku panels dies at the age of 81.

Taranaki's Dean resigns

The Dean of Taranaki Cathedral has resigned, saying he's not the person called to lead the cathedral community through its next phase.

Open arms or closed doors?

In an upcoming series of Wellington-based talks, Rev Dr Raymond Pelly shares how churches can come alive with the welcome of Christ.