The World Council of Churches (WCC) has condemned recent attacks against a mosque in the West Bank and a Christian centre in Jerusalem.
Two Archbishops have spoken out against proposed major changes to free to air television classification timings.
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The Episcopal Church in the Philippines recently celebrated 108 years of its national cathedral.
President Edgar Lungu has called on the Church to do more to heal the nation by challenging vices such as tribalism and violence.
The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East has called for prayer and support after IS murdered 10 Coptic Christians.
President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda agreed to Archbishop Ntagali's request for a day to honour martyr Archbishop Janani Luwum.
Bishop Melter Tais has been appointed as the 6th Diocesan Bishop of Sabah
It took the country’s near-death for Paul Nakamura to find religion and become a priest.
The year 2015 started with a national roundtable discussion on “World Peace and Human Civilization”
A resource book titled Jamaica Praying: a manual for HIV and AIDS sensitive liturgies and sermons was launched last week by the United Theological College of the West Indies (UTCWI).
Washington National Cathedral has announced the completion of Phase I repairs in its ongoing earthquake restoration work.
In a winter when much of Canada has endured frigid temperatures and heavy snowfall, it may be hard for some to take climate change seriously.
Undaunted by the slaughter of 21 Christians in Libya, the director of the Bible Society of Egypt saw a golden gospel opportunity.
William Fittall, the Secretary General of the Archbishops’ Council and General Synod of the Church of England to retire in November
Anglican clergyman Rev. Jack Heaslip, who spent the last few years as ‘travelling pastor’ on Bono and U2’s world tours, passed away at his home in Howth, Dublin, at the weekend.
Bishop Barbara Darling, a pioneer of women’s ministry and the first woman to be consecrated a bishop in Victoria, has died, aged 67.
Archbishop Richardson: "There is a need for an urgent national conversation on how we celebrate and live respectfully with diversity.”
Archbishop Davies: "The situation of children in detention 'should concern every Australian'"
Everyone knows that pride comes before a fall, and that you’ll be at your wits’ end if you see that there is no rest for the wicked but few people realise that these phrases first appear in the King James Bible.
[WCC] Canon David Porter told the WCC that religiously sanctified violence is a global challenge, and not just an issue of the Arab world.
Anglican bishops from some of the regions of the world most challenged by climate change – from Fiji to Argentina, and Namibia to Alaska – are to meet in Cape Town next week to work out strategies for achieving climate justice.
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