Anglo-Catholics have established a new society as the Church of England moves closer to consecration of women bishops.Tags Anglicans
The spiritual head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, Dr. Rowan Williams, spoke of his personal support for bishops who are gay but said they must remain celibate.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics has found that most British people still consider themselves to be Christian. The number of homosexuals, meanwhile, is far lower than previously estimated.
A Christian advocacy group has launched a new campaign defending the right of Christians to express their faith and beliefs in the public square.
The conservative politician charged with overseeing the planning for the pope’s recent visit to Britain hailed it as “historic” and proof that faith groups and the Catholic Church are still relevant today.
Happiness has a greater impact on a person’s giving than their wealth, according to the results of a worldwide study on charitable behavior.
The Church of England’s second highest-ranking cleric said he is “stunned” by the U.K. coalition government’s decision not to support a European Union directive to combat sex trafficking.
Just days after a major charity expressed alarm over the international community’s lukewarm response to aid appeals, the World Evangelical Alliance is calling on the world to stand in solidarity with flood-stricken Pakistan.Tags Relief
The new principal of International Christian College says the end of Christendom is the biggest challenge facing the church in the West.
Christian Solidarity Worldwide is urging the European Union to give its support to a U.N. investigation into crimes against humanity in Burma.
The Jordan River, where Jesus Christ is said to have been baptized roughly two-thousand years ago, is severely polluted, claims an environmental group that is warning against future baptismal ceremonies.
It may tempting to think the church can win converts if it has the right strapline or soundbite, but the most effective way remains telling people about Jesus Christ, said a British theologian.
Western Europe has become a region of “empty nominalism” and “confused spirituality,” said the chairman of the Keswick Convention.
The head of the Evangelical Church in Germany has spoken of his grief over the deaths of 19 people at a music festival in Duisburg, Germany, over the weekend.
Christians in Britain are being unfairly targeted by laws intended to prevent religious hate crimes, a new report from Civitas warns.