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John Peart-Binns writes:

FURTHER to Bishop Ronald Gordon’s obituary of the Rt Revd Colin James (Gazette, 1 January): it was not easy for Colin James to follow Eric Treacy as Bishop of Wakefield. Yet he achieved much by his eirenic and steady personality, and gently reforming initiatives, notable the Shared Ministry Project and its development, which even reached Barnsley. ...

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Questions to weigh before bombing

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Sat 28 Nov 15 @ 20:34
Would Beeching-style church closures would signal that Christianity has had its time in the UK?

Sat 28 Nov 15 @ 18:46
@julesanddog The advert can be seen at the bottom of that story.