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The Bishop of Southwark has criticised ministers who refuse to recognise food poverty and meet with those who set up foodbanks.
How to make room for strangers at Christmastide? For some US churches practical support for migrants is the answer.
God is interested in life transformed, not 'religion' for its own sake, says the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden has given this year’s Alternative Christmas Message on Channel 4 television.
Ekklesia's voluntary staff and associates would like to extend the warmest greetings to our many friends, collaborators and co-conspirators in these islands and across the world at Christmastide 2013.
Pope Francis' wish for Christmas is for a better world, and for protection and dignity for a range of vulnerable groups.
Two bombs have killed at least 35 people in Christian areas of the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Christmas Day.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of Westminster have focused on justice at home and abroad in Christmas sermons.
An open letter to government ministers from Free Church leaders in Britain has challenged their indifference to food poverty and the growth of foodbanks, along with their refusal of funding to support the most vulnerable.
The government's shunning of asylum seekers means "no room at the inn" for Mary and Joseph, says an Australian archbishop.