THE European Court of Human Rights dismissed complaints that the UK violated the right to respect for private life
THE trustees of the former residence of the Bishops of London, Fulham Palace, are seeking £1.45 million to complete restoration of the historic house and gardens, and attract more visitors.
British expect justice, but employees abroad suffer; Airtime for religion programmes declines; Director of CA England retires
Save or sell? A large painting in the Renaissance style, The Deposition of Christ, which has hung in St John the Baptist’s, Tunstall, for more than 200 years, has been revealed to be worth more than £100,000 after research by BBC’s Fake or Fortune?.
THE head teacher of the school attended by Alexia Walenkaki, aged five, who was killed last Friday when a tree trunk fell on her in a park in east London, has said that the community was in "state of shock and grief".
SOCIAL and educational policy relating to diversity should be developed to encourage deeper engagement between different ethnic and faith communities, a new report from the Three Faiths Forum (3FF), published this week, says
THE Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Richard Chartres, has marked 16 July as a holy day in London, in memory of the three Studd brothers (right), whose family name is inscribed on the Ashes urn, writes Hattie Williams.
THE Vicar of St Mary’s, Bosley, near Macclesfield, has spoken of a community “locked in grief” after an explosion and fire at the Wood Flour Mills, Bosley, last Friday.
The US golfer Zach Johnson holds the Claret Jug trophy as he celebrates winning The Open tournament, at St Andrews, on Monday.
FAMILIES from Syria who have fled the crisis were welcomed to their new home by the Bishop of Coventry, Dr Christopher Cocksworth, this week
AN APPEAL to save some of the UK’s most striking landmarks — its church spires — has been launched this week.
PRIESTS using incense could be criminalised under a new law being introduced by the Government to crack down on so-called “legal highs”, members of the House of Lords were warned last week
Inscriptions made during the First World War by Private David McAlpine, of the Second Highland Light Infantry, in underground caves accessible from a spiral staircase in St Honoré’s, Bouzincourt, in the Somme Valley.
THE churchyard grave of a casualty from the First World War, which lay neglected for six decades, has been restored after a lengthy campaign by his family
THE Bishop of Manchester, Dr David Walker, has criticised the involvement of the priest in the reality TV show Married at First Sight
Two pages of a Qu'ran manuscript held by the University of Birmingham have been identified as among the oldest known in the world
BURUNDIANS went to the polls on Tuesday, in a presidential election boycotted by the Opposition, and without the participation of 145,000 people who have fled what the UN has described as “targeted campaigns of intimidation and terror”.
FRESH tribal clashes in Darfur are a cause of "serious concern" that could force even more civilians from their homes