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Kurahautū Podcast Breakdown: Lead us Not

*Warning: This podcast involves stories of sexual and spiritual abuse.

Carbon Inequality and Climate Injustice (The Guardian)

Inequality is driving increased fear and anxiety on both ends of the economic divide.

Stories and the Power of our Narratives

Rauika Editor, The Reverend Blythe Cody, shares her thoughts on the power of stories and their potential to create empathy or drive us further apart.

Learning happens through a matrix of relations

Over 50 scholars and clergy ended three days of deep reflection, relationship, intention and action with closing words from Archbishop Don Tamihere and a Eucharist led by visiting Archbishops Chris...

AILI: Where Anglicanism meets Indigenous Knowledge

The inaugural Anglican Indigenous Leadership Initiative got off to a rousing start as activities commenced with a pōwhiri at Te Aute College.

Esteemed guests gather for inaugural Anglican Indigenous Leadership Initiative Wānanga

As Anglican leaders from across the world begin to gather in Te Matau a Maui in Aotearoa, organisers of the first Anglican Indigenous Leadership Initiative (AILI) are invigorated by the...

Flourishing Communities and Peoples

Rauika Editor, Reverend Blythe Cody, shares her reflections on mātauranga and a flourishing Anglican Church.

Young people lead the defense of nature in Latin America (Agendapropia)

This year the United Nations declared that the International Day of Indigenous Peoples (9 August) would be titled “Indigenous youth as agents of change for self-determination.” This statement was made...

Kurahautū Podcast Breakdown: The Sacred Teachings Podcast

What’s it called? The Sacred Teachings Podcast Where’s the name from? The stories about the sacredness of creation that feature in each episode.

When Feminism Does Not Mean Liberation for all Women

Rauika Editor, Reverend Blythe Cody, shares her thoughts on feminism and the new Barbie movie.