Congregations need to welcome newcomers with a sensitivity to their questions and doubts, says Christopher Whitby
Small miracles can happen; it is well worth praying for them, argues Adrian Low
The Middle East and North Africa, where Christians lament the demise of autocratic dictators, are places that demand the keenest moral acuity
Ronald Blythe makes a long journey and visits a packed village pub
Angela Tilby confesses to an addiction to hospital documentaries.
The Sewel affair suggests that the system works well, says Paul Vallely
From Mr Robert Ian Williams; From Katharine Salmon; From Teresa CSA
From Prebendary John Root