In an article for the Financial Times, Archbishop Justin Welby writes about the attacks in Lahore on Easter Sunday and the plight of Christians and other religious minorities around the world.
The first recipients of a new set of non-academic awards for outstanding service to the church were recognised in a ceremony at Lambeth Palace yesterday.
The Archbishop met and prayed with the ecumenical delegation of the South Sudan Council of Churches at Lambeth Palace today.
In an article published in The Mail on Sunday today, Archbishop Justin writes about his recent visit to a refugee camp in Rwanda and the hope of Jesus' resurrection.
The Archbishop of Canterbury gave the Thought for the Day on Radio 4's Today Programme on Good Friday, the day on which Christians remember the death of Jesus on the cross.
Archbishop of Canterbury responds to events in Brussels
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, today announces, on the third anniversary of his installation, a new set of non-academic awards to recognise outstanding service in various fields.
Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi have call for prayer for Burundi amid its current political crisis.
Easter is celebration of life and hope, Archbishop tells Bake Off judge.
Archbishop Justin and the Community of St Anselm will spend Holy Week in Sittingbourne deanery.