Brazil’s Anglican Church issues guidance ahead of Presidential and parliamentary elections

Posted Sep 17, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil – the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil – has published guidance to help Anglicans in the country prepare for next month’s presidential election. The material has been published “to support reflection at this election time to help people to discern the words and attitudes of people who present themselves as candidates for the various levels of government,” the church said, adding that it was also “a contribution” by the church “to better equip Christian people in political participation that builds an authentic democracy, in which political participation is an instrument of service that promotes deliverance.”

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