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The Church Times, founded in 1863, has become the world's
leading Anglican weekly newspaper. It has always been independent
of the Church of England hierarchy.
It was a family concern until 1989, when ownership passed to
Hymns Ancient & Modern, a Christian charitable trust. The
Church Times was started to campaign for Anglo-Catholic
principles, which it did with vigour and rudeness.
But in the 1940s and '50s the paper began the move to broaden
its outlook and coverage. It now attempts to provide balanced and
fair reporting of events and opinions across the whole range of
Anglican affairs. The rudeness we now leave to our readers.
GLOUCESTER is to have the Church of England's first...
A PROPOSAL to devolve decision-making about ministerial...
A'COURT. The Revd Darren A' Court, Rector of
From the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris and 16 others
BUTTIMER. The Revd Cynthia Buttimer, NSM
Diocese in Europe
The Church of England
Archdeacon of Germany & Northern Europe and
Archdeacon of the East (with a diocesan brief for mission)
This is a unique opportunity to contribute to th...
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Sun 29 Mar 15 @ 9:38RT @MadsDaviesV sad piece by Christina Patterson in S Times. Have any youth leaders read it? http://t.co/irRPTqNfgr http://t.co/Nz5GUM9SeU
Sat 28 Mar 15 @ 17:15"Crude, insensitive, and paternalistic" - Franklin Graham condemned by Evangelical leaders