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Deirdre Good and Julian Sheffield urge Episcopalians to embrace grace not fear
The Archbishop of Canterbury has said that the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) provide a key focus for the churches of the Anglican Communion.
British aid agencies have hit out at a clamp down by Mugabe’s ruling ZANU PF party on Zimbabwean church groups carrying out human rights work.
Church leaders have given their backing to a report by MPs which challenges the government's proposals to replace the Trident nuclear missile system.
Over 10,000 people have called for the closure of a Government unit which exists to find sales for private arms companies.
Christian Aid is asking thousands of people to put their best foot forward and join its 1,000-mile ‘Cut the Carbon’ campaign march.
Campaigners across Europe are asking their governments to threaten to withhold funds from the World Bank unless specific changes are made to policy and practice.
The British National Party (BNP) is seeking to build an alliance with anti-abortion activists in an attempt to reach out to Catholics and secure their votes in future elections.
The need for churches to be vigilant about nuclear proliferation has been stressed by the World Council of Churches (WCC) executive committee in a statement adopted at its 27 February - 2 March meeting in Bossey, near Geneva.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is to visit South Africa and Angola as part of a visit to the Anglican Province of Southern Africa next week - 5th - 13th March 2007.