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Where there's brass, there's muck


Sarah Dyer, from Essex, cleaning the lectern in Durham Cathedral. She was one of a group of 14 young people who worked in Durham as part of the annual Cathedral Camps venture. About 250 teenagers spend working holidays in UK cathedrals each summer.

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Grey beard — but no loon

Grey beard — but no loon

A study day on The Rime of the Ancient Mariner taught Malcolm Doney the link between poetry and theology  Read More

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How about trying the politics of love?

Relationships, not strong leadership, should be at the heart of political life, argues Justin Lewis-Anthony  Read More

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