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Christian leaders in Jerusalem have issued an Easter message calling for an end to the international financial boycott against the Palestinian Authority
Zimbabwe's Roman Catholic bishops have damned Robert Mugabe's government as "racist, corrupt and lawless" - likening the struggle against it to the country's liberation war against white rule.
Children are not often asked for their opinions on the big issues of life, but church partners in India and the UK have decided that children are the perfect place to start when talking about peace.
Christians in the US have been angered by the decision of a New York gallery to exhibit a milk chocolate sculpture of Jesus Christ.
Global humanitarian and rock star Bono has become a knight of the British empire.
A church leader who has just returned from a meeting with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has said that interfaith dialogue should be a model for diplomacy in tensions such as those between Western states and Iran.
Christian leaders have said the Church of England has a lesson to learn from a Westminster Abbey Abolition service which alienated a number of the people it intended to represent.
The progress of a bill in Nigeria that that would impose brutal penalties on shows of affection between lesbian and gay people has been halted in the face of national elections in the country.
A Muslim woman is to join the staff of a major cathedral, in an appointment believed to be the first of its kind.
The Archbishop of Canterbury cast a crucial vote last night when he turned up in the House of Lords with other bishops to vote against the government's proposals for a supercasino in Manchester.