21 Nov 2012 13:30 - Sapa-AFP The Church of England held an emergency session after a vote against the appointment of women bishops exposed divisions in the Anglican communion.
19 Nov 2012 14:41 - Sapa-AFP In its biggest decision for 20 years, the Church of England's legislative body will vote on whether to allow women bishops.
27 Jan 2012 13:54 - Staff Reporter Compulsory clerical celibacy rubbished by Christians outside the Catholic church.
03 Jan 2012 14:14 - Angus Shaw Zimbabwean police have stopped a clergy retreat over claims that their prayer gathering was not given police clearance under sweeping security laws.
23 Dec 2011 14:19 - Staff Reporter Archbishop Rowan Williams's decision to probe the diocese of Chichester will throw the spotlight on abuse by clergy in the Anglican Church.
14 Oct 2011 07:35 - Jason Moyo A rogue bishop has whipped up support for his stance that the Anglican Church is being overrun by gays .
10 Oct 2011 21:17 - Gillian Gotora The head of the worldwide Anglican church on Monday met with President Robert Mugabe to speak about abuse the church experiences in Zimbabwe.
15 Nov 2010 09:47 - Riazat Butt The rift in the Anglican communion over homosexuality was reopened after its first openly gay bishop resigned.
17 Jul 2010 16:05 - Brian Castle The persecution of Anglicans in the diocese of Harare, which is spreading, is being seen and remembered by few Christian communities around the world.
12 Aug 2008 06:00 - Riazat Butt After weeks of peacemaking over homosexuality, Rowan Williams points the finger of blame at North American churches.
12 Aug 2008 00:00 - Riazat Butt The 2008 Lambeth Conference was held amid an atmosphere of boycotts over the 230 bishops who stayed away- and one who was never invited.
26 Jul 2008 09:27 - Staff Reporter An Anglican version of the Holy Office -- the Vatican body responsible for endorsing doctrine -- has been proposed to resolve ongoing rows.
25 Jul 2008 07:40 - Riazat Butt A US bishop has accused his own church of manipulating the Lambeth summit through briefing notes on liberal attitudes towards gay clergy.
16 Jul 2008 11:35 - Paul Majendie A quarter of the world's Anglican bishops boycotted on Wednesday a once-in-a- decade gathering of church leaders in a row over gay clergy.
14 Jul 2008 08:59 - Staff Reporter Desmond Tutu on Sunday pleaded for unity among Anglicans as a gay bishop said it was a "mistake" to bar him from their 10-yearly conference.
08 Jul 2008 11:46 - Staff Reporter The Church of England was facing a serious split on Tuesday after its ruling General Synod voted to allow women bishops.
06 Jul 2008 00:00 - Staff Reporter The Anglican Church in Southern Africa is unlikely to join the split from the mainstream church.
21 Jun 2008 09:06 - Riazat Butt There is no hope for a unified Anglican communion because of divisions over homosexual clergy, according to conservative bishops gathering in Israel.
19 Mar 2008 09:51 - Patrick Barkham The accountancy firm that looks after children's entertainers the Wiggles is not an obvious place to search for the Holy Grail, but that's where the trail led on Tuesday night. It started with a simple quest -- what on earth is a large advertisment headlined "The Ancient & Noble Order of The Knights Templar" doing in the Daily Telegraph?
19 May 2008 18:09 - Staff Reporter As the sun set on another bloody day of xenophobic violence in Gauteng on Monday, at least 22 people were reported dead, many more injured and 217 arrested for fierce attacks on both foreigners and local residents living in the greater Johannesburg area. Aid organisations were assisting thousands of refugees at civic centres and police stations.