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Christ’s sacrificial music

Richard Harries continues his reflections on modern art for Lent

THE artist Helen Meyer (born 1929) trained at Camberwell and Edinburgh Colleges of Art. She paints and works in clay, although her favourite medium over the years has been wood, in which she carves beautiful figures, usually with a strong feminine element. She has done a fair number of works on religious themes, including a carving, Christ and the Beloved Disciple, which captures the intimacy and poignancy of John's resting his head on Jesus at the Last Supper.

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Ten years ago, Maxwell Hutchinson and his wife were on holiday in Sri Lanka when it was torn apart by the tsunami. He tells how they survived  Subscribe to read more

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There is no divine right of managers

Business should be learning from the Church rather than the other way round, argues Justin Lewis-Anthony  Subscribe to read more

Mon 22 Dec 14 @ 16:30
RT @MadsDaviesReally enjoyed listening to @JustinWelby's Desert Island Discs. Here's our report: http://t.co/mwkdOsg9n9

Mon 22 Dec 14 @ 9:59
The Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem talks to the BBC about the state of the Middle East, much of which is in his diocese http://t.co/1B6JqqkNxN