archbishop of canterbury

  • November 3, 2011

    David Cameron needs to stop hiding behind the US and support a financial transaction tax to combat poverty and climate change, says CAFOD.

  • November 2, 2011

    The protest at St Paul's was seen by an unexpectedly large number of people as the expression of a widespread and deep exasperation with the financial establishment that shows no sign at all of diminishing, says Archbishop Rowan Williams, as he goes on to back practical, morally based measures to address the economic crisis - including the Robin Hood Tax on financial transactions.

  • October 12, 2011

    Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has met Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe and asked him to intervene to stop attacks on Anglicans.

  • October 5, 2011

    The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, will visit Zimbabwe in a show of support for Anglicans under siege from a renegade ex-bishop.

  • September 1, 2011

    The Archbishop of Canterbury is planning to visit Zimbabwe in October as part of a wider trip to Africa and hopes to meet with President Robert Mugabe.

  • July 15, 2011

    Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has launched an ecumenical appeal for funds to help sustain Christian communities in Israel-Palestine.

  • July 10, 2011

    The Church is “the visible sign of a faithful God”, declared the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was speaking at the Church of England’s General Synod on 9 July 2011, in York. He expressed the view that those present were “entrusted with the strength not to abandon and the joy of knowing ourselves not abandoned.”

  • June 10, 2011

    In a frankly inept example of a newspaper with a huge axe to grind engineering the story it then reports, the Daily Mail yesterday (9 June 2011) attempted to create a 'holy war' between the leaders of England's Anglican and Catholic communities over David Cameron's 'Big Society' - presumably with the aim of defending the latter.

  • June 10, 2011
  • June 9, 2011

    The Archbishop of Canterbury is right that not much from the key policies being implemented by the government was put before the voters, says Mark Field MP.