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Anglican leaders pray for peace during Kundesang War Memorial Service

Archbishops from Australia and the UK joined leaders from the Church of East Asia in a memorial service in Sabah, Borneo, to pray for peace.

17 October 2019

John Henry Newman becomes first English saint for 40 years

The canonisation of Newman, an Anglican priest before converting to the Roman Catholic Church, has been described as a cause for celebration.

17 October 2019

Archbishop Welby expresses vision for Anglican Communion at East Asian Anglican meeting

Anglicans from provinces in East Asia today heard Archbishop Welby give a powerful vision for the ministry of the Anglican Communion.

04 October 2019

Former Anglican Communion UN rep to be Archbishop’s reconciliation adviser

A former staff member of the Anglican Communion has been appointed as the Archbishop of Canterbury’s new Adviser for Reconciliation.

02 October 2019

Bishop of the Bahamas calls hurricane a ‘national tragedy’

The impact of Hurricane Dorian has been worse than imagined, according to the Bishop of the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Island.

24 September 2019

New residential members at Lambeth Palace are preparing to start their Year in Gods Time

Young people who have chosen to join the Community of St Anselm and spend A Year in Gods Time have arrived at Lambeth Palace.

19 September 2019

“We must learn from the past” says Archbishop of Canterbury at site of Indian massacre

Learning from the past is essential to prevent further atrocities like the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, the Archbishop of Canterbury said.

12 September 2019

Archbishop of Canterbury kneels at site of explosion in Sri Lankan church

The Archbishop of Canterbury knelt in respect at the spot where a bomber detonated explosives at St Sebastian’s church in Sri Lanka.

12 September 2019

Archbishop backs proposal for Holocaust memorial beside London’s Houses of Parliament

The Archbishop of Canterbury has given his support to plans for a Holocaust memorial and museum next to the Palace of Westminster.

15 August 2019

Tributes to an Anglican Communion pioneer of “service-learning”

Tributes have been paid to Dr Linda Chisolm, founder of Colleges & Universities of the Anglican Communion, following her recent death.

09 August 2019