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New Bishops visit Anglican Communion Office

Nearly 30 new Anglican Bishops from around the world are spending today in London, visiting Lambeth Palace and the Anglican Communion Office, as part of a course at Canterbury Cathedral, to teach them the ropes of being a Bishop

02 February 2017

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Christmas Sermon

The sermon preached by Archbishop Justin Welby at Canterbury Cathedral on the morning of Christmas Day. 

25 December 2016

Canterbury finds its new archdeacon on the other side of the world

The Dean of Auckland’s Holy Trinity Cathedral in New Zealand, the Very Revd Jo Kelly-Moore, has been appointed Archdeacon of Canterbury in the Church of England.

13 September 2016

Seminarians and newly-ordained from around world visit ACO and Lambeth

27 young Anglican seminarians and newly-ordained clergy from across the world visited the Anglican Communion office in London.

06 June 2016

Becket's bones return to Canterbury Cathedral

The bones of Thomas Becket, the 12th Century Archbishop of Canterbury who was murdered at the behest of King Henry II, are to return to the cathedral where he was killed and buried at the conclusion of Becket Week - an ecumenical series of events organised by the Hungarian government.

23 May 2016

A World Transformed, A Life of Hope: Archbishop of Canterbury's Easter Sermon

The sermon preached by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, at the Easter Eucharist in Canterbury Cathedral, England, on Easter Sunday - 27 March 2016.

29 March 2016

Praying for the Primates

The Community of St Anselm, the new religious community of 36 young men and women from around the world, are in Canterbury this week to pray for the Primates of the Anglican Communion as they continue their deliberations.

13 January 2016

Crozier of Pope who initiated the conversion of England to be at Primates Meeting

The crozier of the sixth century Pope, Gregory I, who sent Augustine to England to begin the conversion of the Anglo-Saxons will be in Canterbury as the Primates of the Anglican Communion gather for their meeting in the city next week.

06 January 2016

Archbishop Welby praises 'ongoing project of reconciliation' on VJ Day

Japanese and British promoters of reconciliation join veterans for dedicated Evensong service

17 August 2015

NewRevs: 1,000 to be ordained into Church of England this summer

Archbishop Welby to ordain new deacons at Canterbury Cathedral this weekend

03 July 2015

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Sudan announced as a new Province within the Anglican Communion

The Anglican Communion has announced that Sudan will, in a few months from now, become a separate Province is its own right. Currently, Sudan is an internal province within the Anglican Church of South Sudan and Sudan.

Plans unveiled for Archbishop Janani Luwum 40th anniversary commemorations

A major commemoration will take place next month to mark the 40th Anniversary of the assassination of Archbishop Janani Luwum by Ugandas then-president, Idi Amin.