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The Archbishop of Canterbury has received an award from American Franciscans for his ecumenical work. Archbishop Welby was given the award at the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement in rural Graymoor in New York State on Saturday (23rd September 2023). Called the Paul Wattson Christian Unity Award, Archbishop Justin is the 14th person to receive it. One of his predecessors, Archbishop Ramsey who was in office between 1962 and 1974, was also a recipient 50 years ago.
The Archbishop makes specific awards each year in the form of the Lambeth Degrees and a suite of non-academic awards.
Archbishop Justin has given a lecture exploring the meaning of reconciliation. The lecture on 6th September 2023 was hosted by St Martin-in-the-Fields in central London, together with the charity Embrace the Middle East, a Christian development charity working in the region. The Archbishop’s lecture was the first in a series of 7 running from September to November. The series is called “Here I Stand, I can do no other”. These are the words of Martin Luther during the reformation in 1521.
“Many of the people who have received awards today have worked unseen and unsung"
In a statement on the death of former Israeli president Shimon Peres, the Archbishop of Canterbury said today.
Read the Archbishop's talk at the New Wine Leadership Conference in Harrogate, Yorkshire.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced the shortlist for the 2016 Michael Ramsey Prize, which will be awarded at the Greenbelt Festival later this year.
The Archbishop of Canterbury sent greetings to His Eminence Silouan, Metropolitan of Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of the British Isles and Ireland, who was enthroned on Saturday 27th February.
Archbishop Justin is visiting Burundi to show solidarity with Anglicans and pray for peace and reconciliation in the country.