The sentencing of the former Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt Revd Peter Ball, to 32 months in prison for a series of offences against teenage boys and young men has caused “deep shame and regret”, the Bishop of Durham, the Rt Revd Paul Butler, has said
CLERGY are being urged to talk about funeral costs during their pastoral visits to grieving families, to help people avoid getting into debt paying for a good send-off for their loved one
THE Churches Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) said last week that Europe had “waited too long to act” to resolve the refugee crisis
AT THE opening session of the Synod of the Family in Rome this week, a senior cardinal ruled out any reversal of a ban on holy communion for Roman Catholics who marry after divorce
THE Archbishop of Canterbury gave his blessing this week to the Archbishop’s XI, an English cricket team who are heading out to Rome this month to compete against a Vatican side
A CHURCH in Cornwall has accused a bank of losing a valuable artefacts that belonged to the parish
WHAT do you get when you put 100 Christian technology enthusiasts into a Westminster conference centre for three days, with a fast broadband connection but little sleep?