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Conservative bishops deliver blow to Anglican Covenant

November 25, 2010

rowan williamsConservative Anglicans have rejected a proposed landmark agreement designed to prevent splits in the worldwide Anglican Communion, just as the Church of England -- the Communion's mother church -- moved a step closer to adopting it.

A nightmare week for the Archbishop of Canterbury

July 11, 2010

rowan williamsMany members of the Church of England will be wondering “where do we go from here”,  the morning after the church’s parliament voted down a compromise amendment put forward by its two most senior clerics.

Archbishops baffle with women bishops proposal

June 22, 2010

abc williamsThe two highest spiritual figures in the Church of England made a last-ditch attempt to persuade traditionalists to stay within the Communion and not leave over the issue of women bishops.

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Church of England stops short of links with breakaway U.S. Anglicans

February 10, 2010

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Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, England, 23 Dec 2009/Suzanne Plunkett

The Church of England stopped short of recognising a new conservative church in North America on Wednesday, avoiding possible embarrassment for the main Anglican church in the United States.

Minister warns against “contaminating” 2012 Olympics

September 17, 2009

BRITAIN/Clerics and police have expressed concern, and now the Olympics minister has – London could see a proliferation in prostitution and human trafficking during the 2012 Games.

Unchristian comments about BBC’s new head of religion?

June 23, 2009

The BBC is coming in for flak about its religious coverage, much of it centring on its incoming head of religious broadcasting.

‘Wake-up’ to intolerance against Christians, archbishop says

February 13, 2009

The Church of England fought back this week against the “seeming intolerance and illiberality” aimed at their faith by public bodies.

‘We are all to blame for financial crisis’ – archbishop

February 12, 2009

Bankers, auditors, money-market speculators and regulators all came in for criticism at the Church of England’s General Synod during a discussion on the implications of the financial crisis and the recession.

Synod avoids cataclysm over women bishops

February 11, 2009

So the Church of England opted for safety when it met to discuss the next stage in the ordination of women bishops, avoiding the cataclysmic result of a ‘no’ vote.

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Will sport ever be clean?

January 19, 2009

Church of England ministers have opposed what they call the "pragmatic" approach taken by some authorities to sex and sport, which ignores the sometimes prevalent link with human trafficking.