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The Church of England should consider paying reparations for its role in the slave trade, the Archbishop of Canterbury said today.
Gay Christians in Nigeria are urging international action against a new repressive law which is being backed by the Anglican church in the country.
The Archbishop of York has joined calls by other church leaders and politicians for the British Prime Minister to make a formal apology for its part in the transatlantic slave trade.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York were joined by thousands in a solemn procession of remembrance on Saturday to mark the bicentenary of the British Parliament's abolition of the slave trade.
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Christian Aid has come up with an eggs-ellent idea this Christmas through their Present Aid scheme, which means you can sponsor a duck. Click here to visit the site
A new look China Study Journal, produced by a British ecumenical network and a leading university department, will track the continuing massive changes on China's religious landscape.
Archbishop Oscar Romero’s words and deeds continue to inspire, 27 years after his assassination, a Catholic agency has said.
The United States congress has linked federal minimum wage legislation to the bill for the Iraq war - and a number of faith and labour leaders are upset about it, including the head of the ecumenical council.