Angelina Jolie is in hot water recently after being slammed by fans for going braless during a meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. The Hollywood star faces criticism from fans who find her choice of wardrobe as “shameless.” On...Show More Summary
Angelina Jolie met with the Church of England's leader, Justin Wembly, on Thursday, but their meeting was overshadowed by a pretty awkward moment. Read more...
Angelina Jolie is continuing her work with the UNHCR while in Europe and she has met with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, in her latest outing. The archbishop tweeted out photos form his meeting with Angelina, which took place on Thursday (March 16) at Lambeth Palace in London, England. “Privilege to welcome UNHCR Special [...]
“We cannot withdraw from our long and proud history of helping the most vulnerable.” The words of the Archbishop of Canterbury today on the escalating row over the decision to stop bringing in lone child refugees under the so-called Dubs Amendment. Only 350 of the expected 3000 children have been helped so far – sparking…
The original Knole House, a stately home in Kent, was a medieval manor house that in 1456 became a palace of the Archbishops of Canterbury who extensively rebuilt and expanded it. It was claimed by Crown during the Reformation; Henry VIII used it as a hunting lodge. In 1603 it was given to Thomas Sackville, [...]
Justin Welby appeals for Iraqi Christian who fled Islamic State to remain in UK after two asylum claims rejected The archbishop of Canterbury has intervened in an attempt to prevent an Iraqi Christian who fled Islamic State jihadis from being returned to his home country. Show More Summary
ACTUALLY, YOU COULD JUST GO WITH “IGNORE THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY” AND YOU’D BE PRETTY SAFE: Ignore the Archbishop of Canterbury’s ‘negative’ Christmas message, Nigel Farage says.
The leader of the world's Anglicans was to say 2016 had left the world "more awash with fear and division", in his Christmas Day sermon on Sunday. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, was to say the world's values were "in the wrong place", with economic, technological and communications progress failing to deliver justice. Show More Summary