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Cheerful news for a Friday: Catholic-Anglican relations are actually in good shape

ARCIC may have failed, but on the great moral issues of the day Catholics and Anglicans are on the same side

Archbishop of Canterbury meets Pope Francis for the first time

Pope Francis says Catholics and Anglicans must work together to defend marriage

I was wrong and uncharitable to suggest that the Pope should not be meeting Archbishop Welby. But about our relationship with Anglicanism I got it right

Above all, ARCIC is the institutionalisation of the indifferentism which has so weakened faith in the parishes since the Sixties

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On Friday, the Pope will meet Archbishop Welby. So, why do we continue talking to the Anglicans after they have so wilfully made unity impossible?

To behave as though women priests and gay bishops make no difference to our relations is to do violence to the truth

Catholic and Anglican leaders unite against global hunger

Thousands attended a service on Saturday to pray for an end to world hunger

The Archbishop of Canterbury made a good speech against the gay marriage Bill: but why did he grovel to the government?

The contribution of the Anglican bishops was feeble: what are they there for?

Archbishop of Canterbury to meet Pope Francis

The Most Rev Justin Welby to make “informal” visit to the Vatican on June 14

Bill will ‘abolish’ traditional marriage, says Archbishop of Canterbury

The Government’s Bill will weaken society, the archbishop said

Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury must not be afraid to argue

The ecumenical process will be enlivened by the Pontiff and archbishop having some spirited rows