The Archbishop of Canterbury has concluded a four-day visit to Cairo to celebrate the new Anglican Province of Alexandria.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York today announced the names of the 11 Commission Members who have been appointed to the Racial Justice Commission.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have welcomed two key appointments to the new Independent Safeguarding Board that will oversee the Church of England's national safeguarding work.
Richard Humphries, Commission Member, reflects on the recent announcement about social care.
Joint statement on climate change by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope Francis and Ecumenical Patriarch
Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and the Archbishop of Canterbury join together for the first time in an urgent appeal for the future of the planet
The Archbishop of Canterbury has accepted the resignation of Bishop Jonathan Goodall after eight years as Bishop of Ebbsfleet, following his decision to seek full communion with the Roman Catholic Church.
The Archbishop gave this speech during today’s House of Lords debate on Afghanistan.
The Archbishop of York has announced the Rt. Hon Lord Paul Boateng as the incoming Chair of the Archbishops' Racial Justice Commission.
The three leaders have written to South Sudan's political leaders on the 10th anniversary of South Sudanese independence.
As part of a long-term refurbishment plan, Lambeth Palace is undertaking essential repairs to replace expired services and improve accessibility.
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The latest news from the Archbishop of Canterbury in 2021.