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B. 2014-07-14 Church of England backs women bishops London
C. 2013-01-04 Church of England drops gay bishop opposition London
D. 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
F. 2011-01-19 Britain bans controversial U.S. pastor London
G. 2010-09-18 Pope expressed deep sorrow for abuse Westminster Cathedra, London
H. 2010-09-17 Religion 'marginalised' says Pope Westminster Hall, London
I. 2010-09-16 Papal state visit moves to London London
J. 2010-07-17 Burka ban would be 'un-British' London

Anti-terror police raid mosque Miss World leaves Nigeria for London
Church of England backs women bishops  The Church of England General Synod has voted to allow women to become bishops for first time in its history Church of England drops gay bishop opposition  The Church of England has dropped its prohibition on gay clergy in civil partnerships becoming bishops Ex-oil executive named archbishop of Canterbury  The Church of England named Justin Welby as the next archbishop of Canterbury, making him the titular leader of the world's 77 million Angli...   Service to wrap up Jubilee events Map of St Paul%27s Cathedral United Kingdom  The Queen's Jubilee celebrations will continue with a glittering procession and service of thanksgiving later, but without her consort at her side Britain bans controversial U.S. pastor  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   Benedict XVI has expressed his 'deep sorrow' for the 'unspeakable crimes' of child abuse within the Catholic Church   Religion 'marginalised' says Pope   The Pope has warned that religion - and Christianity in particular - is 'being marginalised' around the world   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 visit Burka ban would be 'un-British'  Banning the wearing of the Islamic full veil in public would be 'un-British', the immigration minister has said UK to ban controversial Islamist group  Britain is set to ban Al-Muhajiroun that recently outrage by proposing a demonstration in the town that receives the bodies of British war d... 8 arrested at protest outside mosque  Protesters threw bricks at police outside a mosque after about 1,000 people showed up to counter a planned a right-wing demonstration Tutu: Church obsessed with gays  Archbishop Desmond Tutu has accused the Anglican church of allowing its 'obsession' with homosexuality to come before real action on world p... Protest disrupts bishop's sermon  Openly gay Gene Robinson was forced to halt a sermon at a west London church after being heckled from the congregation Church calls for Zimbabwe action  The leaders of the Anglican church have called for international action to prevent violence reaching 'horrific levels' PM rejects special laws for Muslims  The archbishop of Canterbury has called for a limited application of Islamic law. Muslims praised the proposal but the government rejected it Radical cleric to be extradited to U.S.  Home Office has signed an extradition order that will send accused terrorist Abu Hamza al-Masri to the U.S. for prosecution   Blair converts to Catholicism  Tony Blair often kept his religious views private while serving as Britain's prime minister. He a member of the Church of England Blair: Veil is sign of separation Muslim leaders in call for action  A joint statement of condemnation came as 22 Muslim leaders met at the Islamic Cultural Centre, in London Church wants gay bishop apology


year 2014 Top ^

Jul.14


year 2013 Top ^

Jan.4


year 2012 Top ^

Nov.9
Jun.4


year 2011 Top ^

Jan.19


year 2010 Top ^

Sep.18
Sep.17
Sep.16
Jul.17
Jan.10


year 2009 Top ^

Sep.11


year 2008 Top ^

Sep.6
Jul.13
Apr.24
Feb.8
Feb.7


year 2007 Top ^

Dec.22


year 2006 Top ^

Oct.17


year 2005 Top ^

Jul.15


year 2004 Top ^

Oct.18
  The Anglican Church has urged US church leaders to apologise for ordaining Gene Robinson, a gay priest, as bishop


year 2003 Top ^

Jan.19


year 2002 Top ^

Nov.22
  Organizers of the pageant will move the pageant in the wake of violent pageant-related protests

Jul.23
  Welsh archbishop Rowan Williams is a outspoken opponent of U.S. policies in Afghanistan and Iraq

before year 2000
Feb. 21, 1801 Cardinal Newman born
  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
Jan. 15, 1535 Act of Supremacy
  Granted King Henry VIII of England Royal Supremacy, which means that he was declared the supreme head of the Church of England


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