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Paulinus & Ithamar - Dedication of restored shrines, Rochester Cathedral
COMMENT - Rochester Cathedral commemorates two early medieval saints whose shrines were lost for nearly 500 years. St Paulinus and St Ithamar were Bishops of Rochester in the 7th century, nearly 1400 years ago. The shrines were dedicated by the Bishop of Rochester at a special service held on the 24th September. The Archbishop of York preached during the service. It is especially fitting that they were involved in the service as they are the contemporary successors of Paulinus and Ithamar
Archbishop of York praises Christian teamwork in Cumbria
NEWS - Archbishop Stephen Cottrell spent 24 hours in the city of Carlisle, attending an Evensong at the Cathedral on Tuesday and delivering an address for the University of Cumbria on “Things that I learned on a very long walk – Pilgrimage unpacked.”
Things that I learned on a very long walk – Pilgrimage unpacked
COMMENT - Archbishop Stephen gave a talk at Carlisle Cathedral this evening entitled: Things that I learned on a very long walk – Pilgrimage unpacked. His talk follows in full
Archbishop of York to visit Carlisle for missionary journey
NEWS - The Archbishop of York is set to visit Carlisle next week to explore exciting missional projects across the city.
Chancellor approves St Michael le Belfrey building project
NEWS - St Michael le Belfrey (known as The Belfrey), a thriving Grade 1 listed church in York city centre, has been granted permission (faculty approval) by the Chancellor for the Diocese of York for its building project called Impact.
Working alongside the Archbishop of Canterbury, I hope to help the church be more joyful and more effective in sharing the gospel and in bringing hope and unity.
A moment of reflection for 13 August 2023 - Trinity 10
A moment of reflection for 13 August 2023
We must learn the lessons of the Lord’s Prayer
FEATURE - Archbishop Stephen writes in the Daily Telegraph about the challenge and vision of the Lord's Prayer. The article follows in full...
Two Bishops in the Diocese of York to retire in mid-2024
NEWS - The Bishop of Selby and the Bishop of Whitby in the Diocese of York (the Church of England from the Tees to the Humber and around the A1 to the Yorkshire coast) have announced that they are both to retire in July 2024.