The first Persian woman to become a bishop was consecrated by the Archbishop of Canterbury this morning during a service in his Cathedral.
30 November 2017
An Iranian whose family was forced to flee in the wake of the Iranian Revolution in 1980, has been announced as the first Bishop of Loughborough.
12 July 2017
Queen Elizabeth II has distributed ceremonial pouches of coins to 182 men and women in a Maundy Thursday ceremony that dates back to the 13th Century.
13 April 2017
The Bishop and Dean of Leicester have added their voices to a growing international chorus of praise for Leicester City Football Club after their unlikely success in winning this season’s English Premier League title. Victory was confirmed when nearest challengers Tottenham Hotspur failed to beat Chelsea last night.
03 May 2016
Five Anglican Communion dioceses agree increased collaboration in training programmes for ordained and lay ministry
12 May 2015
Archbishop of Canterbury blesses remains during special service at Leicester Cathedral.
26 March 2015
Archbishop Welby to officiate at reburial ceremony at Leicester Cathedral on Thursday
24 March 2015
A proposed design for a tomb to hold the remains of King Richard III in Leicester Cathedral has had a mixed reception.
30 September 2013
The detailed designs for the tomb of King Richard III were revealed today by Leicester Cathedral
20 September 2013
Richard III to be buried in Leicester Cathedral in the coming months
30 July 2013
Bridges to Bethlehem
Haiti: An admirable nation and a great people
A city without love is like a city without water
A collection of Christmas Messages issued by Primates of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion.
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