Church of England

 

On leaving the Church of England

A defense of one's own life by Dr. Gavin Ashenden

 

Creature Conference looks at faith and animals

The Creature Conference heralds a growing recognition that concern for animals is an important matter of Christian faith.

 

Bishop of Chelmsford calls for church to adopt modern attitudes towards homosexuality

"There is no reason why prayers of thanksgiving for [same-sex] relationships – perhaps a Eucharist - cannot be offered" by the Church of England, argues Bishop Stephen Cottrell. 

 

Durham Cathedral is crowned Heritage Site of the Year

Durham Cathedral has been crowned BBC Countryfile Magazine’s Heritage Site of the Year following a public vote which saw a ‘landslide’ of votes cast for the magnificent cathedral.

 

Angelina Jolie visits Lambeth Palace

The meeting of the actress and archbishop came as part of Ms. Jolie marked the fifth anniversary of the founding of her Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI).

 

Welby meets Buhari in London

Archbishop of Canterbury visits ailing Nigerian president at home of the Nigerian High Commissioner in London

 

The Atonement and the New York Times

In an otherwise commendable article on an abuse story from the Church of England, the New York Times offers stereotypical stock characters. While the facts are there in the story, the call to empathy, understanding diverse points of view and thinking critically about one’s own beliefs is noticeably absent.

 

Bishop's resignation shows some didn't get the memo on mutual flourishing of men and women in the Church of England

You would be forgiven if you had failed to note the recent news that the soon to be Bishop of Sheffield has decided to step down from the post before officially taking it up, writes the CoE's director of Communications Arun Arora

 

The death spiral has begun for the Church of England

The Philip North crisis has shown us what the end game always was. The monopoly of a sub-Christian, neo-Arian, power-driven heterodoxy that was infuriated by Christian orthodoxy.