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Topic: Rowan Williams

Why Rowan Williams is much more comfortable as an academic than he was as an archbishop; and why he should never have gone to Canterbury in the first place

If we really have to have an established Church, its head needs to take the defence of basic Christianity quite seriously

This is still a Christian culture: but the Law Society is now encouraging Sharia principles that are deeply hostile to our values

Our democracy is built on the fundamental principle that we are one nation and that there is one law for everyone

It’s a shame the Chief Rabbi can’t be the next Archbishop of Canterbury

Lord Sacks continues to be the most eloquent spokesman for religion

What is sex for?

Anglicans (and Catholics) get themselves in a muddle over gay marriage because they’ve forgotten the meaning of sex

Same-sex marriage is the logical conclusion to decades of divorce and infidelity

We have taken this institution for granted for too long. Now the Coalition is showing how vital and precious it is

Papal Visit 2010: second day’s briefing

A summary of the big stories from the second day of the Papal Visit
Five men arrested ‘in plot to harm Pope’
Pope: ‘faith and reason need one another’

Papal Visit 2010: Archbishop of Canterbury’s Evening Prayer Address – full text

Delivered at Westminster Abbey on Friday, 9 September 2010

Pope visits Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace

The Holy Father expressed his desire that both Churches ‘renew determination to pursue the goal of unity’

Synod vote pushes Anglo-Catholics towards Ordinariate

Forward in Faith expects an exodus of ‘thousands’ after General Synod rejects concessions to traditionalists

Another step forward for the Apostolic Constitution

And poor old Rowan Williams is slapped down again