The new Archbishop of Canterbury has been in the job for three months, but today his name was set in stone forever. David Johns reports.
The name of the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury has been carved into stone at the City's Cathedral, on a list of all the prior Archbishops.
David Cameron has appointed a crossbench peer and former Conservative minister to help replace Dr Rowan Williams.Read the full story ›
The Archbishop of Canterbury led his final Easter pilgrimage today.Read the full story ›
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has joined 700 young people for his Easter Monday pilgrimage.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has joined 700 young people for his Easter Monday pilgrimage. John Ryall sends these reporter pics.
A Chichester University theologian calls for a democratically elected Archbishop of CanterburyRead the full story ›
Rowan Williams has been a distinguished Archbishop of Canterbury during a turbulent time. He has a great gift for seeing that the widest context of how God is dealing with the world is the only proper way to approach particular current questions. While I am personally sad about his decision I am delighted that his new post will give him the opportunity for more reflection, writing and teaching, and enable him to continue to contribute to the serious debate on what kind of society we should be and how the Church can best serve the common good.
John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, is widely viewed as front-runner to replace Rowan Williams when he leaves at the end of this year.Read the full story ›
Rowan Williams is to step down after ten years as Archbishop of CanterburyRead the full story ›