Young people in Britain are being invited to become a monk or a nun for a year. Their Abbot will be the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
The Archbishop of Canterbury said today that the West had been slow to wake up to Iraq. Now it has, what can it do?
The Archbishop of Canterbury today met with leaders and representatives from Middle Eastern churches in the UK, and joined them in condemning the ongoing crisis in Iraq.
Rt Rev Michael Perham 'stepped back from ministry' as Bishop of Gloucester last week.
The Archbishop of Canterbury wished Muslims 'Eid Mubarak' as they celebrate the end of Ramadan today.
The Secretary General to the General Synod has implied positive discrimination could be used to get more women at senior level in the CofE.
Archbishop Justin Welby has joined over 20 other British faith leaders in rallying against Lord Falconer's Assisted Dying Bill.
Justin Welby: "To pass this legislation is to commit ourselves to an adventure in faith and hope."
Yesterday marked a key moment in the life of the Church of England, which could have its first female bishop as early as next year. But who will it be? And what effect will the vote have on church unity?
"The proportion of Muslims who are radicalised is extraordinarily small...I think we've been becoming too hysterical about this subject for some considerable period," warned Archbishop Justin Welby.
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