Stressed out Anglican priests turn to trade unions for support

The archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England and the wider Anglican Communion, was an oil executive who helped run a major corporation before he became a parish priest.

'Pope's sociologist' fights human trafficking from the Vatican and in her own parish

Margaret Archer has long been one of the world’s leading sociologists, recognized for her analysis of societal structure with awards and professorships.

Britain's first Anglican same-sex marriage celebrated in Scottish church

The first gay marriage in an Anglican church in Britain took place Aug. 1, a day after Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby described the continuing squabbles over same-sex marriage in the worldwide Anglican Communion as “intractable.

It's no longer Sunday best for the Church of England

Following a vote by the Church of England’s ruling body, Anglican priests can now wear lay garments such as a suit, so long as their parochial church council agrees.