The archbishops of Canterbury and York have apologised after the Church of England (CofE) declared only heterosexual married couples should have sex.
Judging “those different to ourselves” and neglecting the poor and the weak defies the example of Jesus Christ, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will reflect on the London Bridge terror attack during his Christmas Day sermon.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has appealed to people feeling “embarrassed or ashamed” in a message of unity on Christmas Eve.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has signalled his concern over the direction the UK is travelling in, saying homelessness has increased and tolerance for minority groups has decreased.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for people to “put the truth out” as the Church of England issued its social media guidelines for the first time to try to tackle online abuse and misleading content.
A former Chancellor of the Exchequer is set to return to an Aberdeen university to receive an honorary degree.