THE POPE has called for a reinvigorated Europe to strengthen
human dignity, during an address on Tuesday morning to MEPs and
invited guests at the European Parliament in Strasbourg
INTENSIVE lessons on the dangers of Islamic extremism were
already taking place at Sir John Cass and Redcoat School, in east
London, last week as the Church of England school, one of the most
successful of its kind in the country, was placed in special
measures by OFSTED
CLEARING the last legal hurdle to enable women to become bishops
has started "a completely new phase of our existence as the
Church", the Archbishop of Canterbury has said. Speaking on Monday
after the General Synod had formally voted to enact the women
bishops Measure into...
THERE was talk of "going forward with confidence" at this year's
National Assembly of the traditionalist organisation Forward in
Faith (FiF). It was held last Saturday in St Alban's, Holborn, in
London, on the eve of the legalisation of women bishops in the
Church of England. A...
THE tough, complex lives of those who use foodbanks are laid
bare in a new report that documents how "life-shocks", including
illness, bereavement, and job-loss, are compounded by a benefits
system that leaves families struggling to put food on the table.
Published on Wednesday...
HAVING been nominated as a Bishop, one of Canon Martin Seeley's
first considerations is whom to nominate as an episcopal colleague.
On Thursday, Downing Street announced that Canon Seeley, at present
Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge, is to be the next Bishop of
THE holding of asylum-seekers in conditions more like prison,
with no obvious end to their detention, is causing stress and
insecurity, an official C of E submission has told the Government.
In a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into immigration
detention, the Mission...