Bishop of Willesden says it is 'entirely a matter of personal discretion'
Apparently people go to the cinema to be entertained, not offended. But there's a lot of cinema advertising that very much offends me. Far from being value-free, it's heavily freighted with all the bogus assumptions of consumerism
'If they'd like to apply it consistently, ban every ad that mentions Christmas'
The agency that organises cinema adverts said it had pulled the advert in case it offended people
How can women progress in the Church if its spiritual leadership is considered male by nature?
Instead of using either 'He' or 'She', the Rt Rev Rachel Treweek said she prefers simply to use the word 'God'
It has emerged the PM ignored an offer from bishops to lead a national movement to house thousands of refugees
‘It would be a meaningful and substantial response to the scale of human suffering we see daily’
The Supreme Court judgment has profound consequences, meaning it could gain charitable status – and opens the floodgates to claims by other organisations
Criticism comes as after former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey, told a conference that more must done to attract young people into the Church
Justin Welby defends right of Christians to speak out on political issues
Death toll is expected to rise from bus carrying 70 passengers
Pro-gay signboard photo has attracted over one million online views
The threat of closure has failed to dent the motivation of pupils at the school where murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence was taught as they achieved record results in their GCSE exams.
In recent years much of the Christian community in the West has become fixated with the idea of its own ill-treatment, fulminating over any piddling little incident
The Diocese of York is to open files on deceased members of its clergy dating back more than six decades as part of an investigation into alleged cases of child abuse, it was reported.