Justin Welby told Canterbury Cathedral that in the face of "pain and despair, grief and death" people should "not be afraid".Read the full story ›
The controversial report calling for the Church to adopt a "fresh tone and culture of welcome and support" for gay people was rejected.Read the full story ›
Justin Welby has said he was "completely unaware" of allegations of physical abuse involving a former colleague at a camp for teenage boys.Read the full story ›
The Archbishop of Canterbury addressed the "fear of terror" and the "economies of despair" in his annual Christmas sermon.Read the full story ›
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said he will pray for America following the "bitter" presidential campaign that saw Donald Trump elected to the White House.
The archbishop said he hoped Mr Trump would be given "wisdom, insight and grace" as he faces the challenges of the next four years.
Mr Welby said: "As president-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office, my continuing prayers are that the United States of America may find reconciliation after a bitter campaign, and that Mr Trump may be given wisdom, insight and grace as he faces the tasks before him.
"Together we pray for all the people of the United States."
The Archbishop of Canterbury and his mother issued full statements after he found out the identity of his real father following a DNA test.Read the full story ›
The Most Rev Justin Welby said it has come as 'a complete surprise' to find his real father is the late Sir Anthony Montague Browne.Read the full story ›
The Archbishop of Canterbury has apologised to the LGBTI community for the "hurt and pain" caused by the Anglican Church.Read the full story ›
The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged the people of Britain to "demonstrate our shared humanity" and welcome more refugees.Read the full story ›