The Council of General Synod has approved an amendment to the 2002 budget to allow the Anglican Journal to move up to a base size of 16 pages from 12.
Until January, 2001, the Journal was publishing base editions of 20 pages. The newspaper was cut back as part of General Synod’s restructuring in August, 2000.
CoGS approved the increase in size on the strength of record donations made to the Journal Appeal in the past two years which it saw as indicative of a strong readership support for the newspaper.
The Journal Appeal stood at $477,880 in early December, up from $444,282 last year, which was also a record.
The Anglican Journal thanks its readers for their support of the Journal Appeal, which has made this possible.