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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

Senior BBC journalist Andrew Caspari to head Diocese in Europe’s administration team

The Church of England’s Diocese in Europe has appointed former senior BBC journalist Andrew Caspari as its new Chief Operating Officer.

14 January 2019

Anglicans join other Christians in Assisi for two-day Ecumenical Prayer for Creation

An ecumenical group of Christians will take part in a pilgrimage from Assisi to the COP24 annual UN climate change conference in Poland.

17 August 2018

Prayers for victims and rescuers following Genoa bridge collapse

The Holy Ghost Anglican Church in Genoa says that its members living near the collapsed Morandi bridge have all been reported safe.

17 August 2018

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

More tributes follow death of US evangelist Billy Graham

Anglican leaders have continued to pay tribute to evangelist Billy Graham, who died yesterday at his North Carolina home, aged 99.

22 February 2018

CMS Latin America Mission Director, Bishop Henry Scriven, to retire on New Year’s Eve

Bishop Henry Scriven, the Mission Director for Latin America at the Anglican mission agency CMS, will retire at the end of December.

07 December 2017

Archbishop of Canterbury and Patriarch of Moscow appeal for Middle East Christians

The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia have spoken out in support of Christians in the Middle East.

22 November 2017

New bells dedicated at Ypres Memorial Church

A ring of bells has been dedicated at a church built in memory of 500,000 British and Commonwealth troops who died during the battles for Ypres.

25 October 2017

Prince of Wales opens visitors centre at St Paul’s Valletta

The Diocese in Europe’s pro-cathedral in Malta received a boost when Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, opened its new visitors centre.

09 October 2017