Justin Welby
September 08, 2021
Pope Francis has united with Orthodox and Anglican leaders to urge people everywhere to “eat, travel, spend, invest and live differently” in an attempt to save the planet from destruction. In their first ever joint statement, the Pope joined Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and the Istanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I to plead with people
June 26, 2020
“Some will have to come down. Some names will have to change," the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury has said
March 14, 2017
The service was presided over by Anglican Archbishop David Moxon, director of the Anglican Centre in Rome
November 24, 2016
Buildings across the country were lit up to mark 'Red Wednesday'
October 07, 2016
Female ordination and sexuality are surface issues. The root of the problem lies in different views on Scripture and tradition
September 20, 2016
Archbishop Justin Welby was speaking during a discussion on ecumenism in Assisi
July 01, 2016
Cardinal Nichols joins the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chief Rabbi and an imam in urging Britain to unite against prejudice
May 27, 2016
With their live Facebook Q&A, the cardinal and the archbishop are continuing the saint's mission
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