Category - gay row

  • 24 Sep 2007

    After two days of "encouraging" talks with the Episcopal Church's House of Bishops in the USA, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams told reporters prior to setting off on his Middle East trip that he is still hopeful about the Anglican Communion's future.

  • 18 Sep 2007

    The Archbishop of Canterbury is set to hold a confidential meeting with lesbian and gay members of the Church of England, to complement his attempts to communicate with conservative activists, claims a newspaper.

  • 1 Sep 2007

    Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town Desmond Tutu has made an emotional appeal to Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams to invite all Anglican bishops to the 2008 global Lambeth Conference, "even those irregularly consecrated or actively gay."

  • 25 Aug 2007

    Further to out story about accusations that the Nigerian Anglican Primate is being used by Western conservatives, the Church Times newspaper has a report by correspondent Pat Ashworth headed