Posts Tagged ‘Bishop Ross Bay’

Growing Together signals move to Anglican and Catholic unity

Thursday, February 8th, 2024

In a historic move towards unity, Anglican and Catholic bishops from across the globe gathered for the ‘Growing Together’ summit, a testament to their commitment to bridge centuries-old divides. The Growing Together summit, known as the International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission (IARCCUM), was held from 22-29 January in Rome and Canterbury. Anglican Read more

Anglicans question implementation of the traffic light system

Monday, November 22nd, 2021

The Anglican church is among the organisations trying to navigate the new traffic light system. In order to operate at maximum levels, under the traffic light system, churches, like businesses are required to refuse access to those not double vaccinated. Many people have expressed confusion about the new framework and last Friday the Anglican Bishop Read more

Anglicans and Catholics in NZ akin to an extended family – Cardinal Dew

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016
Anglicans and Catholics

Cardinal John Dew, the Archbishop of Welllington, says Anglicans and Catholics around New Zealand enjoy a supportive, affirming relationship at all levels, “from bishops to priests, to diocesan staff, to organisations to parishes and communities.” He said the relationship was “akin to an extended family.” Dew and Bishop Ross Bay, the Anglican bishop of Auckland Read more

100 year old crozier accidentally discovered

Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

The Anglican Bishop of Auckland, Ross Bay, has accidentally come across a 100 year old crozier (bishop’s staff) locked away in a storage room. On Sunday night Bishop Ross and Bishop Jim White gave it back to Maori at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Khyber Pass. It was accepted by Bishop Kito Pikaahu, Read more

Auckland bishops call on Israel to return to pre-1967 borders

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Auckland’s Catholic and Anglican bishops have called on Israel to return to its pre-1967 borders in accordance with United Nations’ requests. In a joint statement, Catholic Bishop Patrick Dunn and Anglican Bishop Ross Bay said such an act by Israel would be “a pre-requisite for dialogue to establish a lasting and just settlement in the Read more