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By: Bishop Eric Vawter Menees, Diocese of San Joaquin Editor’s Note: This is the text of the sermon preached by The Rt. Rev. Eric V. Menees at the Anglican Prayer & Worship Service held Friday morning as part of the Life SUMMIT events prior to the March for Life....
The Episcopal Church and Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) continue to diverge in social policy and theological belief surrounding bodily autonomy and the sanctity of human life.
By: By Julie Grimstad I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the finalword in reality. This is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger thanevil triumphant.― Martin Luther King Jr. Positive language is often used to put nice faces...
In November of 2005, Anglicans For Life (previously known as NOEL) hosted a lovely dinner during the Hope and a Future Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. This was an event that paved the way to the founding of the Anglican Church in North America.
After the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs overturned Roe v. Wade and allowed the States to restrict abortions, some employers have trumpeted that they will pay an employee’s travel expenses (companion expenses included) if she must travel more than so many miles to terminate a pregnancy.
I recently received a phone call from a woman who contacted the Silent No More Awareness Campaign to say ‘thank you’ for helping her face the truth of her abortion experience. She had seen two women at a March for Life event carrying the “I Regret My Abortion” signs associated with the Silent No More Awareness Campaign.
This summer, we hosted the inaugural AFL Christmas Card design contest. The contest, which is open to all Anglican students, gives students the opportunity to submit their original artwork. This year’s theme was Luke 2:1-20.
Anglican priest Fr. Steve Kelley and his wife Lorita have been uniquely called to serve St. John Lutheran Church in Roanoke, VA. Lorita contacted Anglicans For Life to share news of their church’s Remberance Garden project in hopes that additional Anglican churches would be interested in replicating their efforts.
By: Canon Georgette Forney, AFL President The Great Commandment – Matthew 22:36-39 The Pharisees asked Jesus, “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all...
Anglicans For Life (AFL) and ACNA’s Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic invites you and your church to attend Life SUMMIT 2023. This three-day event is focused on the Sanctity of Life.