'Scandal destroys' said the Pope yesterday, calling Catholics not to live 'a double life', and urging them not to put off conversion.
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The Bishop of Manchester is calling for the Church of England to move forward in its acceptance of gay couples after a report keeping the traditional teaching on marriage was thrown out.
The World Evangelical Alliance has backed Bible translators in a row over whether to use 'God the father' and Jesus 'the son' in some languages.
The Church of England's Bristol Cathedral may remove a prominent stained glass window dedicated to the slave trader Edward Colston following pressure from anti-racism campaigners.
The UK's Christian festivals are still heavily biased in favour of male speakers, research released today has shown.
Churches across London are planning to plant trees across London in a bid to make neighbourhoods across the city more 'bee friendly'.
A row between the Patriarch of the Syriac Orthodox Church and six archbishops who accused him of 'betraying the faith' is escalating.
The conservative Anglican grouping GAFCON are renewing calls for rebellion against the Archbishop of Canterbury after the Church of England threw out a report keeping the traditional teaching on marriage as between one man and one woman.