The Church of England's most senior woman bishop has given her Easter message.
The Venerable Rachel Treweek is due to become the new Bishop of Gloucester.
She takes over the role from The Right Reverend Michael Perham, who retired in November.
She says celebrating the resurrection of Christ is a time for reflection and hope.
Katie caught up with Archdeacon Treweek to see what she was most excited about in her new job.
The new Bishop of Gloucester has reacted to her appointment, and recorded a video - posted to the Diocese of Gloucester website.
The first female diocesan bishop has been appointed by the Church of England.
The new Bishop of Gloucester will be Rachel Treweek, who is currently the Archdeacon of Hackney in the London Diocese.
She takes on the role after The Right Reverend Michael Perham retired in November.
Archdeacon Treweek becomes the third female bishop. The 52-year-old has been given a more senior position than the junior, or suffragan, posts two women have so far been given. Her role means she is the first female bishop to sit in the House of Lords.
After the announcement Archdeacon Treweek said:
The Church of England's first woman bishop is the Rt Rev Libby Lane, who was consecrated as the eighth Bishop of Stockport at York Minster in January.
Gloucester Cathedral are asking for the public's views after releasing designs for their major £6million development project.
The revamp, dubbed Project Pilgrim, include plans for a new glass entrance, an exhibition area, and removing the car park to create a public space in the Cathedral grounds.
The Cathedral was able to create the plans after being awarded a Heritage Grant of £320,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Generations of war heroes were celebrated today at Gloucester Cathedral.
A special service was held to salute the Gloucestershire regiment and highlight the stories of nine soldiers' who hold either Victoria or George crosses.
Buses brought in dozens of veterans who join the commemorations as Ken Goodwin reports.
Filming for the new series of Sherlock has been taking place across the West Country.
Earlier this week, the cameras were at Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol and today, shooting for the hugely popular BBC drama had moved to Gloucester Cathedral.
Crowds queued up to catch a glimpse of the show's stars, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman - and, as you can see in the clip below, our cameraman spotted Mark Gatiss, who plays Sherlock's brother Mycroft.
The Church of England wouldn't comment tonight on the news that the retiring Bishop of Gloucester has been interviewed by police over indecent assault claims.
The Bishop of Gloucester Right Rev Michael Perham has been interviewed by police today on suspicion of indecently assaulting a woman and a girl more than thirty years ago.
Bishop Michael, 66, attended a police station in Gloucestershire today to be interviewed about the allegations which date back to 1980 and 1981.
The investigation is being run by the Metropolitan Police Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse Command.
Today's police announcement follows a brief statement from the Gloucester Diocese last weekend saying Bishop Michael was 'stepping down' from his post for 'personal reasons.'
There has since been no further comment from the diocese except to say that steps are being taken for the Bishop of Tewkesbury, Right Rev Martyn Snow, to take over his duties.
Bishop Michael, who has served as Bishop of Gloucester for almost ten years and was due to retire on his 67th birthday on Nov 8, did not fulfil an engagement to take part in a major World War One centenary service at Gloucester Cathedral on Sunday.
A service to say farewell to Bishop Michael had been organised for his birthday at the cathedral but it now appears that will not be going ahead.
Gloucester Cathedral has been paying tribute to Gloucestershire's fallen on the National Day for Commemoration of the start of the Great War.
From 09.00am today the names of Gloucestershire’s fallen are being read out in the Cathedral’s fifteenth century Lady Chapel where a new stained glass window commemorating the life and works of WW1 poet and composer, Ivor Gurney can also be seen.