The Archbishop of Perth, Roger Herft, is to take early retirement, he said December 15. The announcement comes two months after he voluntarily stood aside
from his duties after admitting that he failed to act on repeated reports that some priests in his former diocese of Newcastle, in the Anglican Church of Australia, were sexually abusing children.
“What would make you care about Aleppo?” A CNN article carried this headline on its website in October, at the height of the Syrian and Russian military assault on east Aleppo, where about 275,000 civilians were trapped inside rebel- held parts of the city.
The five-mile Mackinac Bridge crosses the Straits of Mackinac, connecting Upper and Lower Michigan. Photo: Ann Wilson/Facebook Episcopalians were on the front lines of environmental advocacy when pipeline protesters claimed victory this week against a controversial segment of a…
At the heart of Christmas is The Child, that “holy infant, so tender and mild,” the Son of God, cradled in the loving arms of Mary and guarded by the loving watch of Joseph.
A group of Welsh Christians are walking from Bethlehem to Egypt to raise funds for Christian Aid’s work with refugees and displaced people around the world.
The Church Commissioners – the statutory investment body responsible for historic assets of the Church of England – has won three major prizes at the Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE) Awards for its ethical and responsible investment work.
Emmanuel Gatera was only five when trauma of a kind so familiar to his fellow Rwandans first began to afflict his young brain.
Federal government stops pipeline from crossing Sioux tribe's water supply
At the beginning of May, I took a deep breath, stepped out the door and began a Celtic pilgrimage.