Timeline of UK LGBT Religion, Belief and Philosophy
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- 597 – St Augustine becomes first Archbishop of Canterbury.
- late 6th century – Findchán and Áid the Black cursed by St Columba.
- 670 – St Theodore of Tarsus, Archbishop of Canterbury, prescribes fasts and penances for various homosexual acts.
- 804 – Death of Alcuin.
- 850s – a woman from Wimborne Minster was supposedly elected Pope Joan.
- 1102 – Council of London condemns homosexuality.
- 1628 Jeremy Farrer found "abusing himself in a sodomitical manner" in a church.
- 1822 – Percy Jocelyn deposed as Bishop of Clogher for "Sodomitical practices".
- 1996 – Derek Rawcliffe banned from acting as an assistant bishop in the Ripon diocese.
- 1999 –Soho Masses begin.
- 2003 Rev Jeffrey John rejected as Bishop of Reading.