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South Sudanese refugees greet Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

South Sudanese refugees greet Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby as he arrives at a settlement camp in Uganda's northwest Adjumani district on August 2nd

Anglican AB Welby concludes visit to Uganda and Sudan

03/08/2017 17:54

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby has concluded a visit to East Africa which could help pave the way for a joint peace mission to South Sudan with Pope Francis

South Sudanese refugee children at Bidi Bidi camp in northern Uganda

South Sudanese refugee children at Bidi Bidi camp in northern Uganda, the world's largest refugee settlement

Ugandan Radio Pacis providing hope to South Sudan's refugees

01/08/2017 17:44

Hear from the founder and director of Uganda's Radio Pacis about one of the world's forgotten crises, as over a million South Sudanese refugees face a daily struggle for survival 

Archbishop Justin Welby and Pope Francis

Pope Francis greets Angliccan Archbishop Justin Welby who is in Rome to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Anglican-Catholic dialogue

Anglican-Catholic Symposium celebrates 50 years of progress

05/10/2016 17:15

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby joined the head of the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity, Cardinal Kurt Koch and other ecumenical experts on Wednesday for a Symposium at Rome’s Gregorian University marking half a century of progress in Anglican-Catholic relations.

Pope Francis with Archbishop David Moxon and Archbishop Bernard Longley

Pope Francis with Archbishop David Moxon, director of Rome's Anglican Centre and Archbishop Bernard Longley, co-chairs of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC)

Anglican, Catholic bishops seeking closer partnership in mission

04/10/2016 07:00

Closer practical cooperation between Anglicans and Catholics in countries across the globe: that’s the primary goal of a two day visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and other Anglican leaders to Rome this week

Canterbury Cathedral: Thomas Becket's murder site

The site in Canterbury Cathedral where St Thomas Becket was murdered on December 29th 1170.

Anglicans, Catholics welcome return of Thomas Becket relics

23/05/2016 12:45

 A relic of St Thomas Becket, the 12th century English archbishop murdered at the altar in Canterbury Cathedral, is returning home this week from Hungary, where it has been venerated as a powerful symbol of the Church’s struggle for religious freedom.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral in England, where the meeting of Primates from across the Anglican Communion is taking place from January 11th to 16th

Global Anglican leaders hold historic meeting in Canterbury

12/01/2016 14:37

The Catholic founder of the Arche communities, Jean Vanier, is among the speakers at a meeting of Anglican leaders from around the world taking place in Canterbury this week