20th April 2012
Anglican priest: Jesus was most likely gay, but it is immaterial 192
10:14 AM — An Anglican priest has said the relationships between Jesus and his disciple John suggests he was gay, but that is is spiritually immaterial.
18th April 2012
Archbishop of Wales: Church should acknowledge and support gay civil marriages 250
1:10 PM — The Archbishop of Wales has said his Church should acknowledge civil marriage equality for gay couples and work against an impression that it is 'uncaring and unsympathetic' and leading gay people to feel 'unwanted, unloved, and sinful'.
16th March 2012
Analysis: Rowan Williams’ time as Archbishop of Canterbury and his views on LGBT rights 93
3:47 PM — The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, will be standing down from his position in December of this year, prompting speculation over his replacement and how his views on marriage for gays may change.
13th March 2012
Gay dean: Church of England’s relationship with gays is ‘a disaster’ 51
9:48 AM — Dr Jeffrey John, who has twice lost out on a post as bishop because of his public homosexuality, says his denomination has become the 'last refuge of prejudice' and is treating gay relationships as 'inferior' to straight ones.
29th February 2012
Archbishop of Canterbury: Changing culture with gay marriage laws would be wrong 166
10:19 AM — Dr Williams told an audience in Geneva that laws should restrict discrimination against gays and other minorities but should not be used to actively 'promote change' within a culture on issues like marriage.
11th February 2010
Church of England avoids endorsement of anti-gay Anglicans 6
3:19 PM — The Church of England's General Synod yesterday voted to recognise the desire of dissident US conservative Anglicans to remain Anglicans. But it declined to promise to ally with or endorse the group, which opposes gay bishops and same-sex marriage.
9th February 2010
Archbishop of Canterbury ‘profoundly sorry’ for comments on homosexuality 26
7:11 PM — The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams apologised yesterday for statements he has made about gay people in the church. He said he was "profoundly sorry" for giving the impression of "ignoring or undervaluing" human realities.
17th December 2009
Gay Christian group welcomes assurances from Archbishop of Canterbury on Uganda’s anti-gay bill 7
2:02 PM — The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement has received assurances from the Archbishop of Canterbury's office that he condemns the proposed anti-homosexuality bill currently before the Ugandan parliament.
14th December 2009
Archbishop of Canterbury makes first public statement on Uganda’s anti-gay law 28
11:49 AM — The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has made his first public statement on the proposed anti-gay bill passing through Uganda's parliament.