- Dec 8, 2019
The archbishop of Canterbury has said an unusual electoral intervention by Britain’s chief rabbi should alert the country to the unease felt by many Jews.
This weekend, the people of Leicestershire will commemorate the August 22, 1485 Battle of Bosworth Field, in which King Richard III was killed, leading to the crowning of Henry Tudor as King Henry VII of England.
Mike Pompeo became the first U.S. Secretary of State to visit Lambeth Palace on Wednesday when he participated in a round table on religious freedom.
The United Kingdom should promote freedom of religion “as a fundamental human right,” according to a joint letter from the Archbishop of Westminster and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Over 50 Anglican and Catholic bishops gathered in Leicester to examine opportunities of closer collaboration at a regional and national level. The biennial conference of the Catholic bishops of England and Wales and the Church of England took place Jan. 16-17.
A new report says a government scheme to provide funds to England’s Anglican and Catholic cathedrals has significantly reduced immediate risks to the structures.