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A moving story

Simon Parke reflects on moving house

Watch for history shaped by culture

Not all stories are equal, says Paul Vallely

The need to charm your enemies

Angela Tilby discusses the sacking of Michael Gove

Word from Wormingford

Ronald Blythe delights in seeing a scythe used to cut the orchard grass

Moving forward in trust, confident in adapting to the new

Moving forward in trust, confident in adapting to the new

In the coming era of women bishops, the Church will need renewed faith in God and in people, argues John Spence

Why I don’t take services now

Why I don’t take services now

Philip Welsh  explores retirement and being a priest without a cure of souls

Can Catholics back women bishops?

Can Catholics back women bishops?

Anglicans and others can apply theological arguments about the development of doctrine to the ordination of women, says Christopher Hill

Too many victims in Ukraine and Gaza

OUR first articles commemorating the outbreak of the First World War are a sober reminder of the consequences of escalation

What vesture expresses

From Canon John Goodchild 

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Making Nothing Happen / My Bright Abyss

Making Nothing Happen: Five poets explore faith and spirituality Gavin D'Costa, Eleanor Nesbitt, Mark Pryce, Ruth Shelton and Nicola Slee Ashgate, 215pp My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a ...  Read More

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Keeping the faith under fire

Keeping the faith under fire

Large numbers of clergy volunteered to be military chaplains during the Great War. Peter Street tells some of their stories  Subscribe to read more

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RT @bishopcoynePlease pray for the safe release of Fr. Paolo Dall'Oglio, who was abducted in Syria one year ago today. http://t.co/r796npC2J9