His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh visited Leicester on Tuesday with tours of the Shama Women's Project, the African Caribbean Centre, the King Richard III Centre, and the Cathedral
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Leicester Cathedral Choir sang in the 386th Clergy Support Trust Festival, held in St Paul’s Cathedral on 9 May.
He recently visited The Hope Forum - Leicester's Homeless Lived Experience Forum
Leicester Cathedral is celebrating having a fully female clergy team.
Bishops committed to a church that is diverse, where people can hold very different views and nevertheless live well together, and worship and work together in God’s kingdom
The Revd Canon Karen Rooms was licensed as Acting Dean of Leicester during Leicester Cathedral’s Epiphany Eucharist on Sunday, January 8.
Sunday evening saw the diocese pay a fond farewell to David Monteith at St Mary de Castro church in Leicester. After 13 years in the diocese, David is moving on to take up his new appointment as Dean of Canterbury.
Bishop Saju travelled the diocese on Sunday as he received, baptised, and confirmed candidates from a number of churches and the cathedral.
All around the diocese, churches, clergy and ministers have been leading services and involved in civic and community events to mark Remembrance Sunday
The Bishop of Leicester says we must all be public about our commitments and values so that we can have genuine debate about the common good.