Church of Englnd website. 6 January 2020
Yonat Shimron. Religion News Service. 6 January 2021
Deborah Whitehead. Religion News Service. 6 January 2021
Jack Jenkins. Religion News Service. 6 January 2021
Premier News 6 January 2020
Religion News Service. 6 January 2020
Bishop Nick Baines. 7 January 2020
Harriet Sherwood. Guardian 5 January 2020
Last November, the Church of England published Living in Love and Faith (LLF), a set of resources about relationships, marriage, sexuality and identity. The Rev Dr Ian Paul, Anglican theologian, blogger and editor of Grove Books, speaks to Christian Today about LLF and where these discussions might lead.
Christian Today 4 January 2020
Hasrriet Sherwood, Guardian. 5 January 2020
JUSTIN WELBY If we take one thing from 2020 misery let it be this: New era of community spirit – The SUN
In almost every country the hidden enemy has struck.The virus has messed up the lives of so many. Across the world almost two million people have died. And just as the vaccine is offering great hope, a new strain is emerging.
Justin Welby. The SUN. 24 December 2020
Archbishop of Canterbury draws on his time working as a hospital chaplain during the pandemic as he finds ‘reasons to be hopeful’ for 2021 in his New Year message – Daily Mail
Steve Doughty for the Daily Mail and Matt Drake for the Mail online. 1 January 2021
Archbishop of Canterbury’s sermon on 850th anniversary of Thomas Becket preaching in Southwark – C of E
Church of England website. 11 December 2020
Church of England website. 25 December 2020
In 2015, the boss of a card payments company in Seattle introduced a $70,000 minimum salary for all of his 120 staff - and personally took a pay cut of $1m. Five years later he's still on the minimum salary, and says the gamble has paid off. Raised in deeply Christian, rural Idaho, Dan Price is upbeat and positive, generous in his praise of others and impeccably polite, but he has become a crusader against inequality in the US.
Stephanie Hegarty. BBC. 28 February 2020
Bob Smietana Religion News Service 24 December 2020
Jack Jenkins. Religion News Service. 29 December 2020
Press Association on Premier News. 28 December 2020
More has been written about Thomas Becket, the archbishop hacked to death in Canterbury Cathedral exactly 850 years ago, than any other non-royal English person of the Middle Ages. And yet it seems it's still possible to discover new things about his remarkable life.
Stephen Mulvey. 27 December 2020
Simon Jenkins.Guardian 26 December 2020