Good Governance Day on Christmas: Delhi Archbishop not happy

Delhi Archbishop Anil Couto on Monday expressed anguish over reports that CBSE-affiliated schools have been asked to observe 'Good Governance Day' on Christmas.

Vatican arrests former archbishop on paedophilia charges

The Vatican on Tuesday arrested a former archbishop accused of paying for sex with children while he was a papal ambassador in the Dominican Republic, the first-ever arrest inside the city state on charges of paedophilia. 

Narendra Modi appeasing minorities: Hindu leader

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with Goa’s Archbishop this month is proof of his “minority appeasement”, a leader of the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti said.

Archbishop denies inappropriately touching minor

The head of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is stepping aside from public ministry after an allegation that he touched an underage male.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu to attend Nelson Mandela burial

Nelson Mandela`s close friend retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu would attend anti-apartheid icon`s funeral, after earlier saying he had cancelled his trip because he was not invited to his old friend`s burial.

WB ragging case: Police forced principal to resign, alleges Archbishop

The police had turned a blind eye when the vandalism was going on at the missionary school, Archbishop Thomas D`Souza, on Monday alleged.

Bishop prays for Nelson Mandela`s ‘peaceful, perfect end`

As the South African anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela remains critically ill in a Pretoria hospital, Archbishop of Cape Town prayed for Madiba, asking for a "a quiet night and a peaceful, perfect, end".

New Archbishop of Canterbury enthroned

The new archbishop of Canterbury was formally enthroned on Thursday and questions about the Church of England`s opposition tosame-sex marriage greeted his promotion.

Archbishop of Bhopal in dock over complaint by priest

A local court has ordered registration of a case against the Archbishop of Bhopal and two others for allegedly conspiring to make a priest mentally unsound by administering drugs.

Archbishop of Canterbury to step down

Williams, who was appointed to the post in 2002, will step down at the end of December and take up his new role in January.

New Guwahati Archbishop

Reverend John Moolachira will be
the new Archbishop of Guwahati Diocese and will take charge on
March 4.

Goa Archbishop gets time to appeal against summons

Goa Archbishop Filipe Neri Ferrao, who failed to appear before a local court today as a witness in connection with a trespassing case, got a relief to appeal against the summons on him in the High Court.

Karnataka: Church supports Lokpal Bill says Archbishop

Coming out against corruption, the
Karnataka Region Catholics Bishop Council said that the Church welcomed the proposed Lok Pal Bill and expressed the
hope that it would cover all sections of people.

Goa archbishop quotes from Vedas in pre-New Year address

Goa archbishop Filipe Neri Ferrao has quoted extensively from the Sama Veda, an ancient Hindu scripture, in his pre-New Year address to underline the importance of "unity of mankind".

Archbishop of Canterbury welcomes royal wedding

Rowan Williams urges people to embrace the meaning of the wedding.

US bishops elect NYC archbishop as head in upset

In an upset, New York Archbishop
Timothy Dolan elected president today of the US Conference of
Catholic Bishops, defeating a vice president who had been
widely expected to win the job.

Hope peace will be permanent after Ayodhya verdict: Archbishop

Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan
Williams, on Saturday said he had been following the Ayodhya title
suits with interest and hoped peace would prevail permanently
after the Allahabad High Court order.

Police raid offices, home of retired archbishop

Police raided the home and office of the recently retired archbishop of Belgium on Thursday, carrying off documents and a personal computer as part of an investigation into the sexual abuse of children by Roman Catholic priests.

`Roman Catholic Church has lost credibility`

The Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost its credibility due to mishandling of abuse by priests, the leader of Anglican Church said in his first ever comments.

Archbishop of York attacks Uganda`s anti-gay bill

A top Anglican cleric spoke out on Thursday against a proposed Ugandan law that would impose the death penalty on some homosexuals.