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More staff changes at Lambeth Palace

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced the imminent arrival of two new senior staff members at Lambeth Palace.

01 December 2016

Europe’s faith leaders discuss migration, integration and values

The Bishop in Europe joined an inter-faith delegation at the European union’s annual “high-level meeting” of religious leaders yesterday.

30 November 2016

Archbishop of Canterbury’s “deep concern” over South Sudan

Archbishop Justin Welby has spoken of his “deep concern” over the situation in South Sudan, after meeting a delegation of the country’s church leaders.

28 November 2016

Bishops say Church has failed children, women, and indigenous peoples

A group of Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops say the Church should repent of its failure to protect children, women and indigenous peoples.

25 November 2016

Britain’s first Syriac Orthodox Cathedral consecrated

Senior members of the Church of England joined the Patriarch of Antioch yesterday (Thursday) for the consecration of Britain’s first Syriac Orthodox Cathedral.

25 November 2016

Faith communities unite on Red Wednesday for victims of religious persecution

London’s Westminster Abbey will be lit up in red tonight in an act of solidarity with people around the world who are persecuted for their faith.

23 November 2016

Faith communities show solidarity in wake of graffiti attacks

It was standing-room-only at a multi-faith solidarity rally in an Ottawa synagogue on Saturday, following a spate of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti attacks over six days. 

23 November 2016

Nordic faith communities expand faith-based gender justice network

An international network of faith-based organisations committing to working together to fight for gender justice is continuing to expand.

16 November 2016

Anglican and Catholic Irish Primates in joint Remembrance Sunday commemoration

A two-minute silence has been held at 11 am this morning (Friday) in many parts of the world in commemoration of those who died serving their countries in times of war.

11 November 2016

Christian and Muslim leaders condemn "aggressive tendencies and criminal acts"

A summit of Christian and Muslim leaders have said that hatred, humiliation and persecution based on distorted understandings of the Bible or Qur’an “offends God.”

10 November 2016

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World Aids Day 2016

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Anglican World focuses on reconciliation

Reconciliation is the theme of the latest edition of Anglican World, which contains an in-depth interview with Canon Sarah Snyder, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s new advisor for reconciliation.

Bishop Greg Venables is new Primate of South America

The Bishop of Argentina, Greg Venables, has been re-elected as the new Primate of the Anglican Church of South America.