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, Justin Welby, spoke to The House, Parliament's weekly magazine, about the EU Referendum, the refugee crisis and tackling religious violence.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are inviting churches to pray for the evangelisation of the nation during the week before Pentecost Sunday.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has written a reflection on the meeting of Anglican Primates in Canterbury last week.
In a blog today Archbishop Justin Welby reflected on how headline writers interpreted his interview with BBC's Songs of Praise.
During a visit to Washington, Archbishop Justin Welby explained why so many Anglican churches are involved in reconciliation in conflict zones
MPs must not take risks with the lives of vulnerable people, writes Archbishop Justin Welby in today's Evening Standard.
As UK faith leaders unite to urge MPs to reject the Assisted Dying Bill, the Archbishop of Canterbury writes in the Observer that changing the law on assisted suicide would be seriously damaging - both to individuals and to our society.
Archbishop writes first post on new website seeking ‘new ways of disagreeing well on Europe’.
Archbishop Justin Welby writes in the Times that our religious beliefs are "a core part of what it is to be human" - and the freedom to practise them must be protected here and abroad.