TOWNS and villages in central Italy have been reduced to rubble as the result of a 6.2 Magnitude earthquake which struck in the early hours on Wednesday. Government officials on Thursday morning said that at least 274 people had been killed.
THE Church Commissioners and the Church of England Pensions Board have thrown their weight behind a call from investors for the Paris climate change deal to be implemented as soon as possible
PREPARING to marry at the Church of Our Lady, the Lutheran cathedral in Copenhagen, this month, Nigel Rowley had felt nervous that its vast space would feel a little empty. When the doors opened, he saw the pews full of people, including many from his church St Alban’s, there to support him and Mikel Lindbæk, who is now his husband
THE number of people supported by the Salvation Army after being rescued from slavery has increased five-fold in five years
A HUGE recovery-operation is under way in the US state of Louisiana, huge swaths of which have been affected by devastating floods, which killed 13 people and damaged at least 60,000 homes
THE steady rise in the popularity of Religious Studies as an A level continued this year with almost 25,000 RS entries, an increase of 6.8 per cent on last year
A MEDIEVAL listed church in Warwickshire has been told it cannot replace its pews with modern padded chairs as an “overly casual appearance can be incompatible with a house of God”