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Committed to prayer, place, and the poor

Philip Welsh commends this look at the role, not just of priests, but of all the C of E

Praying for England: Priestly presence in contemporary culture
Samuel Wells and Sarah Coakley, editors
Continuum £14.99
(978-0-567-03230-0)
Church Times Bookshop £13.50

THIS COLLECTION represents the Little­more Group, which was founded by the volume’s co-editors, and is characterised by “a rootedness in parish ministry, notably in the context of poverty; an interest in academic ...

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