Category - rowan williams

  • January 31, 2011

    UK charity Pink Triangle Trust has welcomed the Archbishop of Canterbury’s condemnation of the murder of Ugandan gay activist David Kato, but with reservations

  • January 28, 2011

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has called for an end to bigotry against homosexual people after the death of David Kato in Uganda.

  • January 27, 2011

    Dr Rowan Williams has issued a statement marking Holocaust Memorial Day, emphasising the need to hear the 'Untold Stories' of all who have suffered genocide.

  • December 25, 2010

    Dr Rowan Williams' Christmas sermon amounted to a rebuke to the most prosperous in society, according to BBC religious affairs correspondent Robert Pigott. Goodness. So what did the Archbishop of Canterbury actually say?

  • December 25, 2010

    In his Christmas Sermon, the Archbishop of Canterbury stresses mutual dependence, loyalty and solidarity in the face of economic constraint and abuse of minorities.

  • December 24, 2010

    In his Christmas letter to the heads of other churches, the Archbishop of Canterbury has urged support for Christians and others facing hardship or persecution.

  • November 7, 2010

    Rowan Williams has briefly swapped the problems of an ailing church for a more enjoyable role launching a new ale during his visit to Telford.

  • November 3, 2010

    Contrary to the impression given by the Anglican Covenant, faithfulness to Christ crucified means being willing, if necessary, to refuse to conform, and instead to take a stand alongside One who was “numbered with the transgressors”, says Savi Hensman. Communion is misconstrued when it is translated as imposed institutional conformity.

  • October 15, 2010

    Anglican groups, three of them evangelical, have issued an open letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on the role and ministry of LGBT people in the church.

  • October 15, 2010

    Concerned Anglicans have written an Open Letter to Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams, asking him to acknowledge the contribution of so many LGBT people, often partnered, to the ministry of the church and to promote rigorous and prayerful study of the biblical, theological and other issues involved, in the light of present knowledge.