Posts Tagged ‘Thy Kingdom Come’

Despite differences Christians are ‘one in Christ’

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

Christians are “one in Christ” despite differences between denominations and traditions, says the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Welby made this statement to over 5,000 Christians across various denominations and traditions gathered at a Pentecost event marking the culmination of “Thy Kingdom Come”, a 10-day prayer initiative. “We’re all different, we look different, we have Read more

Voice-controlled app answers questions about God

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

A voice-controlled app called Alexa has answered tens of thousands of questions about the Christian faith since it was launched last year. The Church of England says so far more than 75,000 people have engaged with its app (or skill), “Alexa Skill”. People with a smart speaker, such as an Echo, or with Alexa on Read more

Archbishop backs global prayer movement

Monday, April 16th, 2018

A global prayer movement has been endorsed by the Archbishop of Westminster and the Archbishop of Canterbury. The prayer movement urges Catholics to join others around the globe in praying Thy Kingdom Come between Ascension and Pentecost. The prayer Thy Kingdom Come is a prayer of longing, of hope and trust in the promise that Read more