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B. 2015-09-05 Assisted dying: Archbishop urges MPs to reject bill England
2. 2015-07-05 Princess Charlotte is christened at a Sandringham church Sandringham, England
3. 2014-07-14 Church of England backs women bishops London
E. 2013-11-24 Former Archbishop of Canterbury warns Christianity at risk of dying out England
F. 2013-01-04 Church of England drops gay bishop opposition London
6. 2012-11-20 Women bishops vote a 'grim day' England
H. 2012-11-09 Ex-oil executive named archbishop of Canterbury London
2012-06-04 Service to wrap up Jubilee events St Paul's Cathedral, London
J. 2012-02-13 Radical cleric released from UK jail Worcestershire, England

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Assisted dying: Archbishop urges MPs to reject bill  The UK will cross a 'legal and ethical Rubicon' if the law on assisted suicide in England and Wales is changed, the Archbishop of Canterbury...   Princess Charlotte is christened at a Sandringham church   Charlotte has been christened at a church in Sandringham after the Cambridges made their first public outing as a family of four Church of England backs women bishops. London Former Archbishop of Canterbury warns Christianity at risk of dying out Church of England drops gay bishop opposition. London Women bishops vote a 'grim day' Ex-oil executive named archbishop of Canterbury. London   Service to wrap up Jubilee events   London: The Queen's Jubilee celebrations will continue with a glittering procession and service of thanksgiving later, but without her consort at her... Radical cleric released from UK jail   Abu Qatada, a radical Jordanian cleric described by authorities as an inspiration to September 11 hijacker Mohammed Atta and other terrorist... Britain bans controversial U.S. pastor  London: Britain has denied entry to Terry Jones who said last year that he was 'praying about' whether to burn Qurans to protest the 9/11 attacks Pope expressed deep sorrow for abuse. London Religion 'marginalised' says Pope. London   Papal state visit moves to London  Catholic education, relations with the Church of England and the role of faith in the UK are set to be major themes of the second day of the... Burka ban would be 'un-British'. London UK to ban controversial Islamist group. London   Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope agree   Vatican: The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Pope agreed to seek closer relations between Anglicans and Catholics at a meeting in Rome 8 arrested at protest outside mosque. London Holocaust-denying bishop leaves. Argentina Tutu: Church obsessed with gays. London Protest disrupts bishop's sermon. London Bishops criticise Anglican leader. Jerusalem PM rejects special laws for Muslims  London: The archbishop of Canterbury has called for a limited application of Islamic law. Muslims praised the proposal but the government rejected i... Archbishop attacks Iraq strategy Blair: Veil is sign of separation. London Britain bars freed cleric Bakri Muslim leaders in call for action  London: A joint statement of condemnation came as 22 Muslim leaders met at the Islamic Cultural Centre, in London UK Quran protests at U.S. Embassy Church wants gay bishop apology  London: The Anglican Church has urged US church leaders to apologise for ordaining Gene Robinson, a gay priest, as bishop   Pope warns Archbishop on gay priests   Vatican: John Paul II has warned the new Archbishop of Canterbury, that new difficulties have arisen between the two Churches World summit called over gay bishop Miss World leaves Nigeria for London  Organizers of the pageant will move the pageant in the wake of violent pageant-related protests Williams new leader for Anglicans  London: Welsh archbishop Rowan Williams is a outspoken opponent of U.S. policies in Afghanistan and Iraq Cardinal Newman born

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Feb. 21, 1801
  London: John Henry Newman CO was an important figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century. He was known nationally by the mid-1830s
Jun. 17, 1703
  An Anglican divine and theologian who is credited with the foundation of the evangelical movement known as Methodism

Feb. 18, 1678
  The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come; Written by John Bunyan. One of the most significant works of religious English literature
Oct. 7, 1573 Archbishop Laud born Map of Reading Berkshire United Kingdom
  The Most Reverend William Laud (15731645) was an English churchman and academic, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633
Mar. 21, 1556 Thomas Cranmer burned at the stake Map of Oxford England United Kingdom
  A leader of the English Reformation and Archbishop of Canterbury. He built the case for the annulment of Henry's marriage to Catherine of Aragon
Oct. 6, 1536 William Tyndale burned at the stake Map of Vilvoorde Belgium   Belgium: English scholar became a leading figure in Protestant reform in the years up to his execution. Known for his translation of the Bible into English Jan. 15, 1535 Act of Supremacy  London: Granted King Henry VIII of England Royal Supremacy, which means that he was declared the supreme head of the Church of England Sep. 20, 1258 Salisbury Cathedral consecrated Map of Salisbury United Kingdom  the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is an Anglican cathedral in Salisbury, England, and one of the leading examples of Early English architecture Jul. 13, 1191   Acre taken by Crusaders Map of Acre Israel  Northern Israel: It was captured when the forces of the Third Crusade, led by King Richard I of England and King Philip II of France, came to King Guy's aid Dec. 29, 1170 Murder of St. Thomas a Becket Map of Canterbury United Kingdom  Thomas Becket 21 December c. 1118 (or 1120) 29 December 1170) was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 until his murder in 1170

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