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Pastors preferred?

From Miss Barbara Shailes

Sir, — I hope that it was an over­sight that there was no mention of continuing vocation, development of spirituality, and pastoralia in the article about the course at Salisbury (Features, 24 June).

Senior posts in the Church need managerial skills, but for the layman they need pastors also, as do priests in — quite often — lonely posts in their diocese. ...

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Thu 18 Sep 14 @ 13:05
RT @tswyattOld St Paul's Episcopal Church, in the heart of Edinburgh, is open for prayer on referendum day, but no-one is here. http://t.co/eg9adVZp0M

Thu 18 Sep 14 @ 13:05
RT @tswyattPriest whose church hall is a polling station told me he wasn't taking sides but just urging Christians to take part and vote.