The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion has called on governments to bring hope to the world's millions of HIV sufferers by giving them the medical help they need.
The Archbishop of York has called for a new generation of Good Samaritans to bring comfort to those struggling in the recession.
The Bishop of Carlisle has praised flood victims in Cumbria, in the North West of England, for their resilience as he urged Christians to pray.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams met Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican Saturday to discuss relations between Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches.
The Greek Orthodox Church has come out in opposition to a ban on crucifixes in classrooms in Italy. It fears the ban could trigger similar court rulings concerning the public display of Christian symbols in other European countries.
Church leaders paid tribute Monday to the faith and courage of ordinary men and women who helped unify Germany and end the Cold War on the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans believes it could be the key to preventing a split in the Church of England. FCA Chairman the Rt. Rev. Paul Perkin said the organization could be the "glue" needed to hold the Church together.
Both the incoming and outgoing heads of the World Council of Churches this week stressed honesty as the basis upon which people of different faiths can have meaningful encounters.
Christians growing up in the consumerist generation need help to maintain their faith and live for Jesus as they transition to adulthood, said evangelical leaders at a recent symposium.
The head of the worldwide Anglican Communion expressed his disappointment Tuesday over the lack of repentance among bankers for their part in the financial crisis.
Wycliffe Bible Translators in the U.K. says it is planning for a "tough" financial year ahead amid falling donations and a difficult economic climate.
Churches in Bolivia are struggling to overcome the violence afflicting the country, says an ecumenical team sent by the World Council of Churches.
The General Synod of the Church of England will be asked to decide whether it wants to be in communion with the newly founded Anglican Church of North America.
More than 800 pages and fragments of the 4th-century Codex Sinaiticus, the world's oldest Christian Bible, have been pieced together digitally from around the world by institutions in the United Kingdom, Germany, Egypt and Russia.
An international development agency is reporting that the seemingly endless war in the Democratic Republic of Congo is causing "misery" for the people there. Caritas International estimates that 14 percent of children will die before their fifth birthday
A Bishop in the Church of England has challenged Christians to help put an end to the cultural norm that says being bad is cool, while being good is boring.
A global, non-stop prayer movement is mobilizing Christians to pray for Europe in the wake of the scandals hitting the financial and political sectors.
The Vatican is linking one of its websites to the popular social networking site Facebook as part of a drive to harness internet technology in reaching the world's one billion Catholics.
Health authorities in Sweden have ruled that gender-based abortion is not illegal according to the country's law and can be allowed to happen in Swedish hospitals.
Mercy Ships founders Don and Deyon Stephens have received an award for the life-saving work of their medical ministry. The husband and wife team were presented with the Variety Club International Humanitarian Award.
As many as one fifth of all Church of Scotland clergy have signed an online petition against the appointment of an openly gay minister.
An adviser for the Tony Blair Faith Foundation says his departure from the organization has nothing to do with liberal comments on homosexuality made by the former Prime Minister.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair's Faith Foundation has suffered a setback following Blair's comments that the Catholic Church should "modernize" its views on homosexuality.
The Catholic Bishop of Birmingham, William Kenney, has criticized a scheme at six Oxfordshire schools, including one Catholic school, where students will be given access to contraception including the emergency pill and advice on how to use it.
A contemporary artist is hoping a new resource based on her paintings of Christ will help people new and old to the faith to deepen their understanding of God.