Unless the church makes a substantial breakthrough in attracting young people back to the faith, Christianity in Britain is just "a generation away from extinction," says former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey.
One (almost) down, a bunch more to go. The Church of England is "one generation away from extinction", the former Archbishop of Canterbury has warned. Lord Carey, 78, said churchgoers should be "ashamed" of themselves for failing toShow More Summary
The former Archbishop of Canterbury says unless the church starts reaching out to young people it’s just a “generation away from extinction.” “We ought to be ashamed of ourselves,” Lord Carey told a Christian conference last weekend. “So many churches have no ministry to young people and that means they have no interest in the […]
Archbishop Carey has grown in stature since he retired from Canterbury in 2002. When he speaks about the persecution of Christians abroad, he does so with passion and authority. When he warns not to dilute Britain's precious Judaeo-Christian legacy, he is compelling. • The baffling recovery of Teflon Labour and Unpopular Ed • The Government’s [...]
The Archbishop of Canterbury can breathe again; he won't have to choose between reforming the banks and speeding the arrival of women bishops. Next week could have seen the crucial report stage of the Banking Bill in the House of Lords,...Show More Summary
The royal baby sparks some theological (and ecological) discussion. Last Wednesday, October 23, 3-month-old Prince George was baptized at the Chapel Royal at St. James's Palace in London. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby performed...Show More Summary
The future king of England, Prince George, son of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be christened at St James's Palace later today. The historic 45-minute service will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace at 3 p.m. London time (10 a.m. ET).
Prince George of Cambridge, who at only three months old is already third in line for the throne, will be christened Wednesday by the archbishop of Canterbury in an intimate service that will feature seven godparents. Breaking with tradition,...Show More Summary
Prince George will be christened by the Archbishop of Canterbury in St. James's Palace's Chapel Royal tomorrow at 3 p.m. London time. This religious rite of passage will be an intimate affair, but royal watchers will be waiting for a...Show More Summary
Amid all the excitement of over the cull of the Blairites and the promotion of this week’s Next Leader of the Labour Party, Tristram Hunt, one major shadow cabinet appointment was overlooked: the Archbishop of Canterbury. Justin Welby is the new shadow minister for Moral Indignation. And it’s a wide-ranging brief. Over the weekend he [...]
LONDON (Reuters) - The Archbishop of Canterbury, spiritual leader of the world's Anglicans, weighed into Britain's debate over energy prices on Sunday, calling on companies to justify the latest rises and siding with cash-strapped families.
By Free Britney Prince Georgeâ€™s Christening Details The Archbishop of Canterbury will conduct the service, which will be attended by HRH Queen Elizabeth II along with her husband, Prince Philip. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, William’s brother, Prince Harry, and Kate’s family, Carole, Michael, James and Kensington Palace has released more details of the [...]
On Thursday, Breitbart News reported on recent attacks on Christians in the Middle East and wondered why it took an attack on an Anglican church for Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to finally condemn the violence. Pope FrancisShow More Summary
Citing the recent Pakistan church bombings and violence against Syrian Christians as an example, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby asserted this week that "Christians have been attacked simply because of their faith."
The attack on an Anglican church in Pakistan on September 22 caused Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to speak out on attacks on Christians in the Muslim world. He said Christians are being martyred for their faith in many Muslim countries and this past weekend’s violence is only the tip of the iceberg. Show More Summary
listen to ‘The West's strange silence on the martyred Christians of the Muslim world’ on Audioboo The Archbishop of Canterbury has said that Christians are suffering "mass martyrdom" in the Muslim world – and it's hard to disagree. A recent bomb attack took the lives of 85 people in Pakistan, churches are being destroyed in [...]
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is a good and clever man. His reaction to the Nairobi massacre, though, left many wondering if he was channelling William Hague. The man of God asks us to pray for both victims ("martyrs", he rightly calls them) and their killers – much as the Foreign Secretary asks us to [...]
As Mr Steerpike reported last week, the Archbishop of Canterbury has been seeking an apostle to spread the good news to the media. Today it has been announced that Alisa… Continue reading The post Archbishop Welby poaches the Queen’s spinner appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
After spilling the communion wine down his cassock in an attempt to wade into the ongoing Wonga-row, the Archbishop of Canterbury has been rather quiet of late. Justin Welby faced… Continue reading The post Blessed are the spin doctors appeared first on Spectator Blogs.