News and statements

The latest news from the Archbishop of Canterbury in 2021.
  1. Justin Welby at Canterbury Cathedral

    The Archbishop of Canterbury's Ecumenical Easter Letter


    Read Archbishop Justin Welby's Easter letter to partners and heads of churches around the world.

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    Archbishop Justin on Radio 4 Thought For The Day


    Archbishop Justin gave this reflection on Radio 4's Thought For the Day on the first anniversary of the UK's national lockdown. 

  3. Houses

    Archbishops launch new Commission on Families and Households


    The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have today announced a new commission to explore what support families and households need to flourish in today’s society.

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    Statement by the Archbishop of Canterbury regarding comments by the Primate of Nigeria


    Statement from Archbishop Justin Welby regarding the Most Reverend Henry C Ndukuba’s recent comments about homosexuality. 

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    Response to Ecclesiastical Law Society report on CDM


    A statement from the Bishop at Lambeth, Tim Thornton, chair of the Church of England’s CDM working party. 

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    Planning expert joins Archbishops’ Housing Commission team


    The Head of Planning for the Duchy of Cornwall is to help take forward the Church of England’s work to tackle the housing crisis, it was announced today.


  7. Coming Home.

    Church must play key role in national effort to solve housing crisis, says Archbishops’ Commission


    Church must play key role in national effort to solve the housing crisis, says Archbishops’ Commission.

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    A Prayer for Racial Justice Sunday


    A prayer by Archbishop Justin Welby and Dr Sanjee Perera for Racial Justice Sunday. 

  9. Will Adam

    Archbishop’s Ecumenical Adviser takes on new Anglican Communion role


    The Reverend Dr William Adam will become Deputy Secretary General of the Anglican Communion whilst remaining the Communion’s Director of Unity, Faith and Order

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    LGBT+ History Month: A message from the Archbishops


    A message from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York on LGBT+ History Month