Faith leaders have expressed sadness and sorrow at the news that one million people have died of the coronavirus. They urge people to take responsiblity, stay safe and prevent further deaths.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury’s call for a more localised response to covid19 is welcomed for valuing the parish – the ‘church’s little platoons’. But commentators suggest the church itself has swung towards central command.
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The Church of England has admitted that there are about 30 separate safeguarding inquiries under way into senior clergy including the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.