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Synod: Archbishop of Canterbury's speech in Prayers of Love and Faith debate
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s speech in Prayers of Love and Faith debate at General Synod on Tuesday 14th November 2023
Archbishop gives lecture on 'Christian hope' in Moscow
Read the Archbishop's lecture on theology, anthropology and Christian hope, delivered in November 2017 at the Postgraduate Institute of St Cyril and St Methodius.
Archbishop of Canterbury begins visit to Ukraine
Archbishop Justin visits Ukraine to show solidarity with the people and churches of Ukraine as they face ongoing Russian bombardment and a profoundly difficult winter.
Statement by the Archbishop of Canterbury on the death of Pope Benedict XVI
Pope Benedict was one of the greatest theologians of his age – committed to the faith of the Church and stalwart in its defence. I join with the church throughout the world, in mourning the death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
Archbishop of Canterbury expresses solidarity with Ukrainian churches
The Archbishop of Canterbury met with leaders of the three largest churches in Ukraine during his visit to Kyiv to demonstrate his solidarity with the churches of Ukraine amid the ongoing Russian invasion.
Archbishop of Canterbury visits Irpin and Bucha
The Archbishop of Canterbury visited the site of a mass grave in the outskirts of Kyiv today to express his condolence and solidarity with those who suffered through Russia’s occupation earlier this year.
Archbishop of Canterbury’s speech in Lords debate on UK asylum policy
House of Lords 9th December 2022; The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury to move that this House takes note of the principles behind contemporary UK asylum and refugee policy, and of the response to the challenges of forced migration.
The Archbishop of Canterbury to visit South Sudan with Pope Francis and the Scottish Moderator
The Archbishop of Canterbury, together with His Holiness, Pope Francis, and The Rt Rev Dr Iain Greenshields, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland will make an Ecumenical Pilgrimage of Peace to Juba, South Sudan after the trip scheduled for this year was postponed.