"Last year, during the refurbishment of the Garden Museum, which is housed in a deconsecrated medieval parish church next to Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official London residence, builders made the discovery of a lifetime: a cache of 30 lead coffins that had lain undisturbed for centuries."
The mortal remains of five Archbishops of Canterbury have been discovered in a hidden chamber underneath the floor of the deconsecrated church of St Mary-at-Lambeth in London. The surprise find was made last year during renovations to the building, now the home of the Museum of Garden History, but was kept quiet to protect the [...]
The remains of five archbishops of Canterbury have been accidentally discovered by builders in a hidden tomb beneath a London church, site developers said Sunday. Some 20 lead coffins were discovered in a crypt underneath St Mary's-at-Lambeth,...Show More Summary
Builders found 30 lead coffins in the crypt of a former church next to the archbishop of Canterbury’s official residence The remains of five archbishops of Canterbury have been found beneath a medieval church next to the current archbishop’s official London residence, it has been revealed, much to the delight of Christians celebrating Easter. Show More Summary
Claims that politically correct civil servants are barring Syrian Christians are absurd. Government policy is to keep out all migrants, of whatever religion Lord Carey, the former archbishop of Canterbury, fancies himself as the oracle of authoritative common sense. Show More Summary
Justin Welby will use his first official visit to region to focus on religious freedom and challenges facing Christians in Middle East The archbishop of Canterbury is to make a high-level 12-day visit to the Holy Land in May, focusing on religious freedom and the challenges facing Christians in the Middle East. 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…