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The proposed school would have a Church of England religious character and it is confirmed that as Proposer, the Leeds Diocesan Board of Education intends to ask the Secretary of State for Education to designate the school as a school with religious character.
This move by the Church of England is a good first step, but ultimately the world needs larger economic shifts to take place and leave fossil fuels behind for good.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, at the opening of the new expansion of St |Francis of Assisi Church of England School
4 per cent of the Christian population of England according to the Church of England.
The case being brought before the Privy Council, it might be reasonably assumed that that supreme Arbiter of Anglican doctrine would deliver some such judgment as the following:--"We find that the Church of England is not opposed to the existence of a God.
He said the Church of England had been "surprised" by the content and timing of an article written by Lord Carey, in which the former head of the Church of England said he had dropped his long-standing opposition to legalising assisted dying.
Senior officials in the Church of England are hoping that by showing how the church is modernizing, it will attract some younger members.
SO, the Church of England is refusing to allow women bishops.
We have taken this step, and we wish the Church of England 'God speed' as they deliberate this week," The Most Reverend Thabo Makgoba, the Anglican archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa, said in a statement.
Introducing gay marriage would lead to an unprecedented clash between its own canon law and that of Parliament, the Church of England warned.
The Church of England's view on gay marriage @AidanJohnMoffat: The Church of England reckons gay marriage will create an unhealthy society.
Certainly it is understandable that what people in England want to deal with is the Church of England and not some vague Anglican entity.
Prominent Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that it was remarkable on the part of the Queen, who is Supreme Governor of the Church of England, to speak about "all faiths" and "great faith traditions" instead of just talking about Church of England.
The Church of England will lose about $78 million in a New York real estate investment gone sour, according to Episcopal News Service.
Summary: The Church of England announced Monday it had withdrawn its investments in a controversial company over the weekend following a threat by a group of vicars to publish a letter denouncing the
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