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Wales remembers 116 children "buried alive by the National Coal Board"

The 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, in which 116 children and 28 adults were killed, is being remembered across Wales and elsewhere in the United Kingdom.

21 October 2016

Aleppo hospital bombing constitutes war crime, says Church in Wales

The Church in Wales has joined five other UK Christian churches in calling for an end to the fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo.

20 October 2016

Britain's Royal Mint turns to bishop for Christmas coin design

Britain’s Royal Mint has produced the UK’s first-ever Christmas coin – and has turned to the Church in Wales’ Bishop of St Asaph, Gregory Cameron, for its design.

19 October 2016

Church in Wales invests in new safeguarding strategy

A new safeguarding strategy to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults will be launched by the Church in Wales tomorrow (Wednesday).

13 September 2016

Faith leaders unite in call for UK action on refugees

Anglicans have joined other faith leaders to call on the British government “urgently to revise its policy towards refugees.”

12 September 2016

Media challenged over portrayal of refugees

Church leaders in Wales have joined forces to call on the country’s media to change the way they report on refugees.

18 August 2016

Welsh hymns given modern make-over

A Welsh vicar has produced a new hymn book to preserve the treasure of traditional Welsh hymns by giving their words a modern twist.

17 August 2016

Anti-Muslim protestors disrupt church service

A group of anti-Islam protestors dressed as Muslims and interrupted a church service in New South Wales, Australia, yesterday.

15 August 2016

Archbishop's role reviewed by Church in Wales

The Church in Wales has launched a review into the role and responsibilities of the province’s Archbishop.

04 August 2016

Former Archbishop turns tables on William Shakespeare

A play written by the former Archbishop of Canterbury and Wales, Rowan Williams, about the “lost years” of celebrated English playwright Williams Shakespeare has opened in a theatre in Wales.

28 July 2016


Migrant lives matter


ACC chair sets out his vision for the Communion

Being proactive, building links and bringing peace to a world in turmoil – those are the main tasks ahead for the Anglican Communion, according to Archbishop Paul Kwong.

Archbishop Justin Welby and Pope Francis celebrate closer Anglican-Catholic relationship

The 50th anniversary of the first public meeting between a Pope and an Archbishop of Canterbury since the Reformation will be celebrated by the current Pope and Archbishop when they meet next week in Rome.