Lord Carey Allowed to Preach Again

The Diocese of Oxford has lifted the ban on the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey, allowing him to preach and lead worship in his local parish.

Rekindling Faith

The Church of England plans to create worshiping communities in cafés and will work in areas of social deprivation.

Delegated Oversight in London

In the new London Plan, the Fulham parishes are a church within a church — for that is what every diocese and every episcopal area is or should be.

Jonathan Aitken Now a Deacon

Jonathan Aitken studied theology at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, but he resisted ordination because he “wouldn’t like to give dog collars a bad name.”

New Cooperation Possible in U.K.

The Church of England may allow parishes to enter local partnerships with independent churches. General Synod will consider enabling legislation in July.

No Charges against Canon White

Canon Andrew White: “You would think that releasing sex slaves from ISIS was a good thing. But [the police] were convinced that I could only have done it by paying for them.”