The Province of Central Africa has conferred its highest honor, the Order of the Epiphany, on two philanthropists for their work alongside the Church in tackling malaria during a service earlier this month.Tags Relief
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has blocked a bus advert looking to counter similar gay activist ads successfully released in recent years. The adverts in question looked to support those who profess to be "ex-gay" or "post-gay" from criticism by gay activists.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland has called for Christians to wear the cross with pride.Tags Easter
Pope Benedict XVI appealed for peace in the Middle East during his Easter message at St Peter's Basilica.
The second-most senior figure in the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of York, has recorded three video messages to mark Easter this year.
Release International is inviting churches to hold an open-air service across the United Kingdom next month in solidarity with Christians around the world who are forced to meet outside because of state interference.
A petition launched last month in opposition to the British government's plans to redefine marriage has been signed by 300,000 people.
Church schools must robustly assert their Christian ethos in the face of challenges and attacks from secularists, a Church of England report has warned.
A bishop in the Democratic Republic of Congo has appealed for donations over fears that a militia group camped in his diocese may go on the rampage.
British Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone has defended the British government's plan to hold a consultation on redefining marriage.
A children's worker who was forced to resign because she refused to work on Sundays has appeared before an employment tribunal today.
The British High Court ban on prayers at local council meetings has effectively been overturned.
The latest Christian film to become a box office hit, "Courageous," has soared to the top of the U.S. DVD charts.4 comments
The Archbishop of York, the second highest figure in the Church of England, has spoken out in opposition to gay marriage weeks ahead of a government consultation on the issue, saying it is not the role of the state to redefine marriage.
With just six months to go until the London 2012 Olympics, Catholic bishops have paid a visit to the East London site to see how things are shaping up.