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2015/02/26 16:01
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WINCHESTER Cathedral has confirmed its staff will receive a “significant” pay increase after claims jobs are paying below the living wage. It comes amid revelations that jobs in the Church of England...
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2015/02/24 15:06
2015/02/24 15:06
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The leaders of the 4.2 million Catholics in England and Wales has insisted that the Catholic Church does not itself employ anyone earning less than the living wage. The Bishops have released a letter...
2015/02/23 14:28
2015/02/23 14:28
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has defended the "embarrassing" revelations that Church of England pays workers less than the living wage despite calling for other employers to give it to their...
2015/02/20 19:37
2015/02/20 19:37
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Two years ago, it took a leap in the dark by passing over all the obvious candidates for Archbishop of Canterbury and chose instead the rank outsider, Justin Welby. His was a late vocation and he...
2015/02/17 11:09
2015/02/17 11:09
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She criticised the "glaring inaccuracies" in the letter – citing the remark that unemployment has not risen as fast as expected under the Coalition when it has actually fallen – and questioned its...
2015/02/17 09:30
2015/02/17 09:30
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By Anglican Church of Uganda Archbishop Stanley Ntagali called today for Archbishop Janani Luwum Day to be declared a national holiday. His appeal was made before more than 20,000 people gathered in...
2015/02/16 08:29
2015/02/16 08:29
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Church of Uganda has, after 38 years since the martyrdom of Archbishop Janani Luwum, reached an agreement with the government to celebrate his life and honour his martyrdom. Effective this year, the...
2015/02/15 11:53
2015/02/15 11:53
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The Anglican Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, made a number of very good points about the moral and spiritual dangers of consumerism in a recent talk. And from a certain perspective he’s right when...
2015/02/14 17:52
2015/02/14 17:52
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The church's letter supported EU integration The church looks set to campaign for Britain to forge stronger links with the EU after excerpts of a letter to the main political parties were...
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2015/02/13 22:07
2015/02/13 22:07
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Rev Canon Dr Michael Parsons argued in favour of changing the law on funerals for suicides. The Church of England is to change its laws to allow people who commit suicide, whatever the circumstances,...
2015/02/10 11:43
2015/02/10 11:43
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The Right Reverend Paul Williams has been named as the new bishop for Southwell and Nottingham. The appointment was announced on Tuesday morning, following the departure of the Rt Revd Paul Butler,...
2015/02/05 20:18
2015/02/05 20:18
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Prime Minister David Cameron has written to the parents of a five-year-old girl whose relatives have been barred from the UK for her funeral. Andrea Gada was mown down by a car in her home town of...
2015/02/05 09:09
2015/02/05 09:09
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It is the latest in a series of interventions by the Church of England leadership as the General Election campaign gets under way. Last month David Cameron said he "profoundly disagreed" with the...
2015/02/04 10:09
2015/02/04 10:09
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The Archbishop was himself at the centre of political controversy last month after he contributed to a new book of essays, edited by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, speaking of Britain under...
2015/02/02 13:06
2015/02/02 13:06
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Fr Philip North, who is to be consecrated as Bishop of Burnley today. Traditionalist Fr Philip North is to be consecrated today in York Minster, a week after the first woman was elevated to the order...
2015/02/02 13:06
2015/02/02 13:06
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One of the perks of my writing on Christianity, politics and society is that each year I am invited to the Archbishop of Canterbury's annual reception for those involved in the media. It's a chance to...
2015/01/31 04:24
2015/01/31 04:24
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Girl power: Church of England consecrates first female bishop The male monopoly in the leadership of the Church of England ended Monday, as the 500-year-old institution consecrated its first female...
2015/02/26 16:01
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