Pope Francis met Archbishop Justin Welby and his new personal representative to the Holy See and director of the Anglican Centre in Rome.
27 October 2017
Victory in Rome has given the Archbishop of Canterbury’s XI a 3-1 win-margin over the Pope’s cricket team in what has become an annual fixture.
23 October 2017
The first global conference on Sport in the Service of Humanity took place at the Vatican last month, with 100 guests invited to discuss how sport can be used to enrich lives worldwide.
03 November 2016
The Common Declaration by Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Michael Ramsey, made in Saint Paul Outside the Walls, Rome, on 24 March 1966.
05 October 2016
It will be a case of “best of three” tomorrow when the Pope’s Cricket Team arrive in Canterbury to take on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s XI.
12 September 2016
The Vatican Cricket Team, the St Peter’s XI, will again lock horns with the Archbishop of Canterbury’s XI later this year in Canterbury in the third of what has become an annual cricket match between the two sides. They will then be joined by a Muslim XI for a triangular T20 match at Edgbaston.
14 April 2016
Saint Peter’s Cricket Club – the Vatican’s cricket team – beat the Archbishop of Canterbury’s XI at an ecumenical match in Rome on Saturday.
26 October 2015
A Church of England XI will take on a team of cricketers representing the Vatican later this month in a repeat of last year’s historic first encounter in Canterbury.
06 October 2015
Lead bishop on the environment concurs that poorest and least complicit bear heaviest burden
30 April 2015
UN secretary-general emphasises role of religious leaders for climate justice
29 April 2015
“Thy Kingdom Come” in southern Africa
Communion within the Communion - perspectives from the Lusophone meeting
Uma comunhão dentro da Comunhão
Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.
All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.
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