George Carey

Articles

January 14, 2010

A former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord (George) Carey, is at the center of a religious and political debate after writing a newspaper article in which he urged limits on immigration to Britain and said migrants needed to recognize the country's Christian heritage.

"The sheer numbers of...

September 9, 2004

The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey of Clifton, has accepted an invitation from Bishop Peter Lee of Virginia to preside at two supplemental confirmation services on Wednesday, September 15, 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., at Truro Church in Fairfax, Virginia. The services are especially...

December 16, 2003

The Most Rev. Lord George Carey of Clifton, former Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Anglican Communion, visited another Canterbury in late October - this one the Episcopal retreat and conference center in Oviedo, where he spent three days leading Central Florida's clergy retreat.

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December 1, 2003

Former Archbishop of Canterbury George L. Carey, now Lord Carey of Clifton, and his wife Eileen spent four days visiting the Episcopal community at Princeton University in New Jersey, preaching to a congregation of a thousand and lecturing on “Islam and the West: Challenges Facing the Human...

November 5, 2002

The public ministry of the 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury ended in a Northern Illinois blue-collar town on the shore of Lake Michigan October 19 with Dr. George L. Carey doing what he loves best--celebrating the emergence of a vigorous faith community.

Joined by Bishop William Persell...

October 31, 2002

A high-level consultation of Christian, Muslim and Jewish religious leaders hosted by Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey at Lambeth Palace in London has issued a 10-point plan to deal with the continuing conflict in the Middle East.

The two-day consultation was a follow-up to a...

September 15, 2002

In his final presidential address to the Anglican Consultative Council, Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey warned that unilateral action on the local level is a threat to the Anglican Communion.

'I must point out my greatest worry,' Carey said at the opening of the ACC in Hong Kong...

September 13, 2002

Reports that Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey offered to license a deposed Philadelphia priest are 'putting it too simplistically,' Carey said in an ENS interview in New York on September 10.

The Rev. David Moyer was deposed September 4 by Pennsylvania bishop Charles Bennison on...

September 11, 2002

At this hour exactly one year ago, the part of lower Manhattan in which we are gathered was in the grip of a waking nightmare. The scale of the human tragedy of September the eleventh 2001 was not, could not, be clear. But the extent of the physical devastation in New York was certainly...

September 10, 2002

Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey was in New York as part of the observances of the first anniversary of the September 11th attacks in America. ENS deputy director Jan Nunley talked with Carey shortly after he arrived in New York.

ENS: What do you feel, in broad terms, was the...

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