2021 news archive

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    LGBT+ History Month - A message from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York


    COMMENT - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York today shared a message to mark this year's LGBT+ history month

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    Archbishops: the Church in changing times


    COMMENT - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York wrote in the Spectator about the Church of England. The article follows in full.

    5 min read
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    The Church of England still needs clergy


    COMMENT - Archbishop Stephen writes in the Church Times today. The article follows in full... 

    4 min read
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    ‘Be the light in the darkness’ York Minster’s commemoration for Holocaust Memorial Day 2021


    NEWS - York Minster will release a short video on 27 January, featuring the Star of David lit in candles on the floor of the cathedral’s ancient Chapter House to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

    3 min read
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    Coronavirus: Archbishops invite nation to pause, pray and remember 100,000 people ‘known to God and cherished by God’


    NEWS - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are issuing a call to the nation to pause and reflect

    6 min read
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    Join the Archbishop of York at a Service for Candlemas Livestream on Sunday 31 January


    NEWS - The Archbishop of York, the Right Reverend Stephen Cottrell, will preside at an act of worship for the Feast of Candlemas, which will be livestreamed from York Minster on Sunday 31st January at 4pm.

    2 min read
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    York marks Holocaust Memorial Day


    NEWS - York will commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day with a special online event featuring talks and short films reflecting on the 2021 national theme, ‘Be the light in the darkness’.

    3 min read