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Fighting inequality and corruption in the world

Fighting inequality and corruption in the world

Efforts are being made to combat corruption and sharp practice in global finance. Peter Selby has seen this at first hand

Seeming sceptical about the sceptre

Seeming sceptical about the sceptre

The relatively new festival of Christ the King might be out of date, argues Richard Lindley

For this relief. . .

Leader: The C of E perhaps does not deserve to feel proud of itself, but it can feel relieved, and thankful

Debunking the profligacy of the poor

Booze and fags are not at the top of every shopping list, Paul Vallely reports

As it was in the beginning

Angela Tilby: THE landing of the Philae robot last week produced a story of a YouGov poll that asked people whether they thought life was created by God, or whether it began with organic matter blasted on to the earth by comets

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

Ronald Blythe is struck afresh by the words of a familiar hymn

RE’s problems are not being addressed

From Mr Jack Parkes;  From Mr Michael J. Wilson

Healing of church rift over Christology

From the Revd R. O. Gould; From the Very Revd Dr John Arnold

One World Week

From Dr Roger Williamson

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Getting the call

At Blue Peter Simon Thomas went sky diving with the RAF Falcons, racing with the world's top sprinters, and to meet the Queen to award her one of the show's celebrated badges. He now presents ...  Read More

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Finding life over death

Finding life over death

Denise Inge, who died on Easter Day this year, discovered that her home was built over a charnel house. This prompted her to write a book exploring the challenge of living well in the face of mortality  Subscribe to read more

Tue 25 Nov 14 @ 13:39
Pope Francis addresses Parliament of "aged and weary" Europe - @GavinDrake reports for us from Strasbourg

Tue 25 Nov 14 @ 10:42
The number of people attending midweek services at cathedrals has doubled in the past 10 years