Recently discovered victims of the Rwandan Genocide have been buried in a former Anglican Church, which has been turned into a memorial.
18 April 2018
Archbishop John Davies of the Church in Wales is encouraging churches, parishes and chaplaincies to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
09 January 2018
The US Government has declared the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East by Daesh (the self-proclaimed “Islamic State”) as a genocide. The statement, made today by US Secretary of State John Kerry, follows similar declarations in the past few months by the Council of Europe and the European Parliament.
17 March 2016
A Khachker – a traditional Armenian cross made from volcanic stone – has been erected in the grounds of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin in a service attended by Christian leaders from across the denominations in Ireland
07 December 2015
Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe reflects on visit and the political will to prevent similar atrocities today
13 May 2015
Homily in Washington DC’s National Cathedral highlights commitment to addressing crimes against humanity
08 May 2015
Representatives of Jewish community and seven Christian denominations in attendance at remembrance service
29 April 2015
Montreal worship service commemorates “sacred memory” of tragedy that befell 1.5 million Armenians
22 April 2015
Members of “the network” ring in faithfully every Friday; a dozen or more callers from across the Anglican Communion with a common mission: to support and advocate for the people of South Sudan.
29 April 2014
A service to mark the 20th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide will take place on Monday 7th April at 7.30 p.m. in St Anne’s Cathedral Belfast.
02 April 2014