July 24, 2002Archbishop from Wales to Lead Anglican Communion
Cedric Pulford, of ENI, on the announcement of Rowan Williams as the next Archbishop of Canterbury.
July 24, 2002New Archbishop of Canterbury Expected to be Inspiring but Controversial
An Ecumenical News International article on the varied takes of the British press to Welsh churchman Rowan Williams as the ne
July 24, 2002Peace Statement on 'Morality and Legality' of Iraq War, Signed by Rowan Williams
Statement written by a group of Christian theologians and activists in collaboration with the Catholic peace movement Pax Chr
July 24, 2002Statement by Rowan Williams at a News Conference Announcing his Nomination
"...the primary job for me remains what it has long been: I have to go on being a priest and bishop, that is, to celebrate Go
July 11, 2002Blair Will Appoint Rowan Williams, Says Report
Tony Blair is ready to nominate Rowan Williams to succeed George Carey as the next leader of the Anglican Communion.
June 28, 2002Rowan Williams Accepts Institute's Invitation
The Archbishop of Wales, the Most Rev. Rowan Williams, has accepted an invitation to appear at Trinity Institute's 34th Natio
June 6, 2002Celebrating the Relief Ministry at Saint Paul's Chapel
A homily by the Rev. Lyndon Harris, associate for ministry at St. Paul's Chapel, at the service marking the formal closing of
May 29, 2002St. Paul’s Ministry Ends at Service
The last meals will be served, the last feet will be cared for, and the last interaction between doting volunteers and ground
May 28, 2002Before Closing, St. Paul's to Hold 'Service of Thanksgiving'
St. Paul's Chapel, the downtown chapel of Trinity Church, Wall Street, which has been operating an around-the-clock relief mi
May 13, 2002Amid Protest, New York Diocese Honors Giuliani at St. Paul’s
While in many circles criticism of former mayor Rudolph Giuliani ebbed entirely after September’s terrorist attacks, the Dioc