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Food, Faith and the Future: ‘Feeding Britain’ online conference
NEWS - "Feeding Britain" is an online half-day conference from 9.30am to 1.30pm on Saturday 8th October, featuring leading experts in modern food production with the Archbishop of York, and organised by the Diocese of York's Rural Life and Faith Group to explore the full range of issues from a distinctively Christian perspective.
IICSA Report; open letter
NEWS - Today, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, the lead safeguarding bishop and the national director of safeguarding published an open letter regarding the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
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Church of England shares a Book of Prayer for the Coronation of King Charles III
NEWS - The Church of England is calling for a period of prayer leading up to the Coronation and has released a book of Daily Prayers for the Coronation of King Charles III.
The Queen’s Christianity is the lens through which she views the world
FEATURE - The Archbishop has written in the Daily Telegraph on the occasion of Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubilee
Radio Times - Let us see our diversity as a great strength
FEATURE - The Archbishop writes in the Christmas edition of the Radio Times. The article follows in full..
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3. Canon Professor Michelle Brown
Professor Michelle Brown, Author of ‘Bede and the Theory of Everything’ shares details of a history timeline between the 5th and 8th centuries and of a powerful faith in the North, visible public context and the very modern-day strategy of pilgrim destinations.
Equality advocate appointed Church of England’s first Racial Justice Director
NEWS - A leading figure in the campaign to highlight the impact of the Windrush scandal has been appointed as the first Racial Justice Director of the Church of England, it was announced today
About Bishopthorpe Palace
Bishopthorpe Palace has been the home of the Archbishops of York for over 750 years.
Attack on Ukraine ‘an act of great evil’ - statement from Archbishops of Canterbury and York
NEWS - The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell have condemned the Russian attack on Ukraine as “an act of great evil”.