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.
Chronic unemployment and underemployment, a lack of electricity, sanitation services and running water in some homes coupled with a decline in public and private morality were signs that all was not well.
Faithful churchmen “concerned about the apparent drift of their denomination can rest secure that whatever happens, there is no need to leave Anglicanism. … The GAFCON Primates Council stands ready to authenticate those who wish to remain Anglican, but if necessary outside local institutional structures.”
William Nye, Secretary General of the Archbishops' Council, has today sent the following letter to the Revd Canon Andy Lines, Chairman of GAFCON UK Task Force in response to the briefing paper, 'The Church of England and Lambeth 1:10'.
The Archbishop of Canterbury gave the opening keynote address on 2 Nov 2016 at a dialogue on integration, religious freedom and flourishing societies organised by the Muslim Council of Elders and with Christian leaders from the Anglican Communion.
Unconventional English artist, Grayson Perry, will be exhibiting one of his latest works alongside some of Durham Cathedral’s most significant historic textile pieces, in Textiles:Painting with the needle
Jack Spong's recent brush with death turned my thoughts to an article I published in 2013 in GetReligion on the former Bishop of Newark, now recovering fron a stroke at a New Jersey nursing home. First published on 11 Oct 2013.