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Faith

Readings: Good Friday

THE collect appointed for Good Friday describes the extraordinary act of Jesus Christ, who "was content" to undergo betrayal, suffering, and death.

Readings: Easter Day

We can do nothing but stand speechless before the empty tomb, looking for the assurances that we thought we could find, to confirm our sense of the world. Instead, the world has been turned upside down, because Jesus has done exactly what he said he was going to do.

Lifting the lid on the real dangers of eating

Lifting the lid on the real dangers of eating

Jane Williams concludes our Lent series on different attitudes to food with an exposition of The Great Banquet

Readings: Palm Sunday

THE story of Jesus's last few days could have been told without the cameo appearance of the unnamed woman who poured a generous quantity of expensive ointment of nard over Jesus's head. Omitting the episode, however, would have made a much poorer account

By their works, you shall know them

By their works, you shall know them

Randeep Singh explains the Sikh practice of langar, which puts compassion in the kitchen

Readings: Fifth Sunday of Lent

PASSION Sunday signals a change of gear in the progress of Lent. This week's readings draw us closer to the cross as Jesus speaks of his death, but also closer to the gathering up of all things in Christ at the end of time

Challenging the link between skinny and holy

Challenging the link between skinny and holy

Ascetics have no monopoly on godliness, argues Ben Stephens, and we should celebrate God's abundant gifts

Readings: Mothering Sunday

Joseph was entrusted with God's own Son. Falling in a week when we give thanks for our mothers, his feast day is a rare opportunity to keep a non-secular fathers' day

‘Give us this day our daily Bread’

‘Give us this day our daily Bread’

If we are one Body, then every part of that body should be properly fed, writes Sara Miles

Readings: Third Sunday of Lent

Readings: Third Sunday of Lent

THE cleansing of the Temple is unusual in that it is recorded in all four Gospels

Food in the digital era of ‘I eat; therefore I am’

Food in the digital era of ‘I eat; therefore I am’

Sharing a meal means something entirely new in the context of the smartphone and internet, writes Rachel Mann

Wed 1 Apr 15 @ 11:12
RT @lambethpalaceArchbishop of Canterbury's speech in Dresden: Letter of clarification in today's Daily Mail: http://t.co/45BWWHJC2i

Wed 1 Apr 15 @ 10:27
The new issue of Church Times is out a day early this week & will be available on Thurs 2nd Apr. It's a bumper packed Easter issue so enjoy!