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A senior church leader in Sudan continues to work for peace and democracy as the country faces a vital referendum on whether to separate south and north.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Guardian's economics editor Larry Elliott have 'live launched' a new book on the role of morality and ethics in business.
In a newspaper interview, Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams says there is "no problem" with gay clergy and bishops, if they are celibate.
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has urged a renewed effort by global actors to push forward the UN Millennium Development Goals.
The Presidents of ecumenical group Churches Together in England have formally welcomed Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain this week.
Speaking at St Paul's Cathedral in London, Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori challenged Christians to take action against the world's injustices.
Forgiveness is vital to human flourishing, Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has told a global gathering of Lutheran Christians.
A partnered but celibate gay cleric has been rejected as a candidate for the bishopric of Southwark after a leak from a confidential appointments commission.
Rowan Williams says a partial 'Western' view of their faith means Tony Blair and George Bush had little understanding of Christianity in Iraq when launching the disastrous 2003 war.
In exploring the often murky and mired politics of Israel-Palestine and the wider region, Harry Hagopian finds hope and encouragement in the unexpected mutual company of atheist Jean-Paul Sartre and Archbishop Rowan Williams.