A former archbishop in Zimbabwe has asserted that allegations that he committed adultery were orchestrated by the state.
Senior Anglican leaders in the United States were drafting a statement Sunday night in an urgent attempt to find a compromise between warring factions within the worldwide Communion.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion is set to hold a secret meeting with homosexual members of the Church of England, one of Britains leading daily newspapers reported Tuesday.
A recent poll conducted by one of the largest and best known multi-specialist research companies in Britain found that a worrying 43 percent of U.K. teenagers say they have no religion or faith.
Roman Catholic bishops in Scotland have criticized the decision by British authorities to allow mixed human-animal embryos for stem cell research, and on Thursday made an urgent call for members of parliament to reject the proposals.
A Catholic archbishop who has fiercely opposed Zimbabwes president has resigned from his position following an alleged adultery scandal.
Chinas star soccer striker, Han Duan, will be featured in thousands of copies of the Gospel of Mark produced to coincide as a resource for this years FIFA Womens World Cup.
Christians have been left outraged by the death of a young woman in Eritrea allegedly tortured to death in a military facility for refusing to renounce her faith in Jesus Christ, reported the persecution watchdog ministry Open Doors.
A shortage of priests in Britain has led to a new wave of clergymen being drafted in from India. The latest Indian priest to be brought to Britain's shores is the Rev. Kesari Godfrey, who has been appointed curate at the Priory Church in Bridlington, Yorkshire.
The largest national network of Hindu organizations in the United Kingdom is considering whether a ban on yoga classes at St. James Anglican Church and the Silver Street Baptist Church in Taunton, Somerset, breaches the Equality Act 2006.
For the first time supporters and opponents of the proposed mega-mosque in East London will meet to debate the key issues surrounding the proposals.
The spiritual head of the Anglican Communion is scheduled to travel to the United States this month to ease the growing tensions within the Anglican Communion over gay bishops.
Pakistan authorities have arrested two people in connection with the murder of a Christian bishop and his wife in Islamabad.
Hundreds of churches across Britain are facing a metal crime wave as thieves are stealing millions of dollars worth of metal from church rooftops and shipping it to other parts of the world to take advantage of the huge demand.
The Episcopal Church has stoked further controversy amid the ongoing Anglican debate over homosexuality in the Church with the nomination of an openly lesbian priest for bishop.
The Taliban has agreed to release the 19 South Korean aid volunteers that have been held hostage by the militant group in Afghanistan for over a month, Al Jazeera reported.
A Roman Catholic bishop in Brazil has warned that a series of corruption scandals is putting the country's democracy in jeopardy, as the Supreme Court commenced hearings on a bribery affair involving 40 government allies.
Christians are standing firm in Africa, denouncing homosexuality as against biblical scripture, even as an international human rights group accuses Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni's government of promoting "state homophobia."
The parents of missing four-year-old Madeleine McCann have been told by Portuguese police not to leave Portugal.
Anglican Church hymnals in Jamaica are set for a musical shake up with the addition of songs by homegrown reggae legends such as Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
The largest Lutheran body in the nation caused a stir Saturday after controversially deciding not to punish homosexual clergy who are in sexual relationships.
The Anglican Communion is heading towards a fresh breakdown in communications, after as many as ten Church of England bishops indicated that they may boycott the worldwide church bodys decennial Lambeth Conference.
Evangelical churches in Korea are receiving criticism for sending missionaries to Afghanistan, following the recent kidnapping of 23 church volunteers.
The Rev. Dr. John Stott concluded his final public engagement this past week, asking evangelical Christians in England, "What is God's purpose for his people?
An archbishop in Zimbabwe says those accusing him of committing adultery are attempting to discredit his name.