The Archbishop of Canterbury has personally apologised for the 1919 massacre of hundreds of people by troops under British command 100 years ago.
All religions and their leaders must own up to extremist activities within their faith and examine which of their traditional teachings enable followers to commit evil, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
Almost 2.5 million pilgrims have taken part in a symbolic stoning of the devil in the final days of the hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, as Muslims around the world marked the start of the Eid al-Adha celebrations.
The way of life of a community of nuns is under threat from proposals to build a housing estate next to their secluded ancient home, campaigners have claimed.
Leaving the European Union (EU) without an exit deal would “put at risk the welfare and safety of the poorest communities in the UK”, church leaders from across the country have warned Boris Johnson.
There has been a “dramatic decline” in Britain’s Christian identity over the last 35 years – with a “substantial increase” in atheism, a state-of-the-nation survey has suggested.
Churches should play a key role in fighting gun and knife crime in their communities, the General Synod has unanimously agreed.
AROUND one in 10 people in Scotland would not accept someone of a different religion to them being elected as their MSP, a study has suggested.
New Church of Scotland Moderator says we need to take steps in right direction to improve mental and physical health
THE new Moderator of the Church of Scotland wants to highlight the importance of walking to improve mental and physical health during her year in charge of the Kirk.
THE first mosque in the Outer Hebrides has opened in time for Ramadan.