A prelate in the Church of England has urged prayers that 4-year-old Prince George becomes a homosexual.
A Scottish Priest Urged Christians to Pray Prince George Gay The Very Rev. Kelvin Holdsworth made an ironic reference to praying Prince George gay in order to make the Church of England accept same-sex marriage Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Prince George, as future King of England, will one day also be head of the Church of England
That would be a way to change the Church of England's anti-LGBT policies, says Rev. Kelvin Holdsworth.
A Scottish priest has caused a stir by expressing hope that four-year-old Prince George, who is third in line to the British throne, turns out to be gay so as to make the Church of England accept gay marriage. Kelvin Holdsworth tweeted...Show More Summary
Prince Harry and his American fiancée, Meghan Markle, will be married in May in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, just west of London. Markle will apply for British citizenship and will be baptized into the Church of England. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Before she marries Prince Harry in May 2018, Meghan Markle will be baptized into the Church of England! The 36-year-old actress was not raised as a Catholic, even though she attended a Catholic high school. Her father is an Episcopalian and her mother is a Protestant, according to People. Harry‘s communications secretary confirms that Meghan [...]
Meghan Markle will embark upon her transition from US actress to British royal by getting baptised in the Church of England ahead of her marriage to Prince Harry in Windsor Castle next May and applying for British citizenship, royal officials said on Tuesday. Show More Summary
The Queen might not attend Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle. The Queen is head of the Church of England, which teaches that marriage is for life. As this is Meghan Markle's second wedding, she may feel uncomfortable witnessing a divorcee's marriage. Show More Summary
The head cleric of the Church of England says he’s perplexed by Christians who support President Donald Trump.
The head cleric of the Church of England says he’s perplexed by Christians who support President Donald Trump. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more...
The Uganda-born cleric, the second most senior clergyman in the Church of England, made the dramatic gesture on live television in 2007, and stated that he would not wear it again until the Zimbabwe president was gone. After Mugabe left...Show More Summary
The Church of England today published this statement, seeking to defend the 44 day (and counting) delay since it received the Carlile Report into its handling of abuse allegations against the late Bishop of Chichester, George Bell (see many posts...
I intend to ask, every day until it is published, why the report which the Church of England commissioned into its handling of an allegation against the late Bishop George Bell, has not been published. The report, which is highly...
Students 'are in a ‘trying on’ stage of life... so no labels need to be fixed.'
It is certainly important for religious bodies, like everyone else, to be sensitive to the needs of those who don’t fit in. Being inclusive, however, does not mean giving powerful interest groups the right to remake society in their own image. Show More Summary
The Church of England has issued guidelines to all it’s schools about bullying, especially LGBT related bullying. Rebecca Reid for Metro.co.uk wrote an op-ed about the statement. Her main takeaway
The 52-page document outlines recommendations for teachers in its nearly 5,000 schools, saying students should "be able to play with the many cloaks of identity."
This church is taking major steps to be LGBT inclusive.