In the week which has seen the second major terrorist attack on a European city in just a matter of months the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has spoken to ITV Meridian about how we can begin to react to such atrocities.
He's been visiting schools in Kent this week and he went on to discuss family life in a technological age and how isolation is one of the greatest enemies we face, in a special interview ahead of Easter at Canterbury Cathedral with Sarah Saunders.
Here is his Easter message.
Many of us will be sitting down for an Easter roast on Sunday - but it won't be anything like this one from Brighton.
Local chocolatier Jen Lindsey-Clarke has created an entire meal - table and all - out of chocolate.
The chocolate sculptor, commissioned by the supermarket Aldi, weighs a staggering fifty kilos!
Easter is nearly upon us, and it seems the great holiday getaway has started early this year.
Some schools have already broken up, and airlines are reporting record numbers of bookings. But things aren't so rosy for rail passengers.
There's trouble looming over the Easter break, with major engineering work on many routes, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
Rail passengers are warned to expect major disruption over Easter as Network Rail carries out work to improve track and signals.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of young people have joined the Archbishop and Diocese of Canterbury on a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral. Around five hundred children aged under eighteen made their way across East Kent to the Cathedral, where a special service was held.
David Johns reports, speaking to the Most Reverend Justin Welby (Archbishop of Canterbury) and French pilgrim Audrey Vanpeperstraete.
Hundreds of young people are expected to join the Archbishop and Diocese of Canterbury on a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral.
It is thought around 700 children, aged under 18, will make their way across Kent to the Cathedral, where a special service will be held to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus at 12 noon.
It will then be followed by a lively youth-led service, including prayers, workshops and activities.
Archbishop Justin Welby highlights the hardship of suffering through conflicts in his Easter message
The Archbishop of Canterbury will use his Easter sermon to highlight the hardship of people suffering from conflict around the world and in Britain.
Speaking later today from Canterbury Cathedral, Archbishop Justin Welby will say: 'In Syria mothers cry for their children and husbands. In the Ukraine neighbours cry because the future is precarious and dangerous. In Rwanda tears are still shed each day as the horror of genocide is remembered.
'In this country, even as the economy improves there is weeping in broken families, in people ashamed to seek help from food banks, or frightened by debt. Asylum seekers weep with loneliness and missing far away families.'
The roads have been busy today as families continue their Easter getaway. Congestion on the motorways and traffic delays of more than two hours meant that ferries from Dover were delayed. There's also been disruption at the Channel Tunnel.
Eurostar trains are now returning to normal following a fatality yesterday near Lille, in Northern France.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has praised local churches for working together to help people who need to use food banks. The Most Reverend Justin Welby was speaking after the annual Good Friday Procession of Witness in Dover this morning.
He led residents and church-goers through the town and up to St Mary's in Castro Church, at Dover Castle. Earlier, he spoke to soup kitchen and food bank volunteers.