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Church of England’s cathedrals continue to attract increasing numbers

As Church of England cathedrals reported a record increase in visitors, they have been hailed as places “for all, and for fresh encounters”.

28 November 2019

Church of Ireland celebrates 150 years of independence from the state

The Church of Ireland is celebrating and marking one hundred and fifty years since it was disestablished from the Church of England

14 November 2019

British police charge “Daesh supporter” over planned St Paul’s Cathedral terror attack

The iconic St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London, England, was the target of a planned terror attack, the Metropolitan Police have said.

16 October 2019

Appeal launched to help restore historic cathedral in Mauritius

Archbishop Ian Ernest, has helped launch an appeal to restore the Cathedral of St James – the mother church of the Diocese of Mauritius.

15 August 2019

Crazy golf installed in English Cathedral to help ‘tee-up’ younger visitors

A crazy golf course has been installed in a Church of England cathedral at Rochester in Kent to help build bridges with young people. 

01 August 2019

Anglican leaders express sadness and solidarity after Notre Dame Cathedral blaze

A serious fire which caused devastating damage to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has drawn expressions of solidarity from Anglicans.

17 April 2019

Preliminary cathedral reinstatement works underway as Christchurch greets new bishop

The new bishop of Christchurch, Dr Peter Carrell, will be installed tomorrow (Saturday) in the shadow of the earthquake damaged cathedral.

08 February 2019

New Anglican Communion bishops receive induction in Canterbury, Lambeth and the ACO

Archbishop Justin Welby will today welcome 29 new Anglican bishops from around the world to his official residence Lambeth Palace.

07 February 2019

Investigations reveal Malta’s Anglican cathedral tower damaged by World War II bomb

A World War II bomb dropped on Malta “in all likelihood affected the structural integrity of the tower and spire” of the Anglican Cathedral.

07 August 2018

Rare 700-year-old Bible returns to Canterbury Cathedral, five centuries after it was removed

A rare medieval Bible has been returned to the mother church of the worldwide Anglican Communion, some 500 years after it was removed.

03 August 2018