The Creation - Michelangelo

Dear God, Shall We Address You As Sir or Madam? – Church of England Says Maybe Neither

In the opening lines of the Bible, familiar to us in the classic King James as “In the beginning God created the heavens and

New Supreme Governor of the Church of England

King Charles III ascended the throne as King of England in 2022, succeeding Queen Elizabeth II not only as monarch but ​​Supreme Governor of

Trinity Church Wall Street

Houses of Worship: Trinity Church Wall Street

The Trinity Church received its charter from King William III in 1697, establishing its rules, the boundaries of the first land grant and the

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth: A Friend To All Faiths

Of her rich and immense legacy, not the least of Queen Elizabeth’s sterling attributes was her tolerance, encouragement, and impassioned pleas on behalf of

Washington National Cathedral Achieves the Status of “Megachurch”

The Washington National Cathedral has achieved the status of “megachurch” by streaming their religious services online through the pandemic lockdowns over the last two

The Church of England General Synod meeting

Church of England Holds Debates on Archbishop of Canterbury Election

In a Church of England General Synod meeting this past month a proposal was debated to increase representatives of the global Anglican Communion in

Justin Welby

Profiles in Faith: Justin Welby, the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury

First in a series of World Religion News articles on great religious leaders of our time. Introduction: The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin

Politics, Religion and the Principled Life

“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch,” said Benjamin Franklin. Democracies had failed in the past, blown

Secularism on the Rise in the UK

Secularism on the Rise in the UK

Only 1% identify as Church of England Newly released data from the 36th annual British Social Attitudes (BSA) report has revealed that there are

C of E Upholds ‘Seal of Confessional’

C of E Upholds ‘Seal of Confessional’

The decision goes against the recommendation put forward by Archbishop of York The Church of England (CoE) has decided to uphold the confidentiality of