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HTC onwards - and upwards

Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral has been re-opened, and last evening regulars and visitors saw their cathedral in a new light.

Fiji prays for renewal of trust

Fijians gather in Suva Cathedral to pray for the future of the nation, following the general election. 

Waiapu wants action on child poverty

Waiapu Synod deplores the level of child poverty and challenges parishes to address the issue locally.

Dunedin reshapes for the future

Dunedin will condense more than 21 diocesan bodies into four groups concentrating on discipleship, mission, social transformation and stewardship.

No pecking order in God's house

Sunday's sermon: God is gracious irrespective of whether we are lifelong Christians or deathbed converts.

Lessons of a lost world

Blogger John Bluck takes a walk on the wild side – and finds it strangely rejuvenating.

Wellington schools on pilgrimage

The Bishop of Wellington will lead school pupils on a pilgrimage marking the 200th anniversary of Samuel Marsden's landing.

Up-country to the foot of the cross

Auckland synod heads out of town on a pilgrimage to the Marsden Cross in the Bay of Islands.
• Bishops' charge to synod  
• Bishop Kito's sermon at the Eucharist

Communion secretary elected bishop

The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion will become Bishop of the Diocese of Limerick and Killaloe.