Ex-CANA archdeacon to face trial on child pornography charges

Federal authorities will not pursue charges of disseminating child pornography, leaving Wayne Buchanan to face state charges of possession


Archbishop Ntagali announces the death of his son, Peter

The family of the Most Rev. Stanley and Mama Beatrice Ntagali regret to announce the death of their son, Peter Ahimbisibwe Ntagali,


Advent pastoral letter from GAFCON chairman Nicholas Okoh

At this critical point in the life of the Communion, we need your full support. Will it return to the ancient paths or sleepwalk into fatal compromise?


David Hockney commissioned to create window for Westminster Abbey

David Hockney, one of Britain’s most influential contemporary artists, has accepted an invitation from Westminster Abbey to design a stained glass window to celebrate the reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.


Westminster Abbey honors Philip Larkin with poet's corner memorial

A memorial to the poet Philip Larkin CH CBE was dedicated in Poets’ Corner in the south transept of Westminster Abbey on Friday 2nd December 2016.


Leaving Home: The future of the Christian faith in England

The thought of leaving Canterbury, spiritually or emotionally, breaks my heart. I grew up there. I spent five years in the school built around its cloisters.


LGBT film premiered at Welsh Cathedral

A new short film produced by the organisers of the Iris Prize, the world’s largest LGBT short film prize, will receive its world premiere with the blessing of the Archbishop of Wales.


Review of Bishop Bell case announced

Lord Carlile of Berriew has been named as the independent reviewer of the processes used in the Bishop George Bell case.