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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

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

‘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

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

The proof of the pudding: we are what we eat

The proof of the pudding: we are what we eat

In the first of a series for Lent on food and faith, Ted Harrison considers the spiritual implications of consumption

‘Make thy servant to rejoice in thy strength’

‘Make thy servant to rejoice in thy strength’

On the 63rd anniversary of the Queen's Accession, as every day, we should pray for her, writes Ben Stephens

A man for all seasons, but no plaster saint

A man for all seasons, but no plaster saint

Jane Christmas recalls the moment she discovered Thomas Merton, whose centenary falls this week

Learning to shine as a light in the world

Learning to shine as a light in the world

Creation contains the seeds of the future, and we are co-creators of the Kingdom, writes David Bryant

Shocked out of complacency

David Bryant concludes his series on three medieval Beguines with an account of the life and work of Marguerite Porete

A public figure without a private life

A public figure without a private life

Adrian Leak commemorates a bishop not famed for his pastoral manner

Turning secular to spiritual

Turning secular to spiritual

Hadewijch was no medieval dust-gatherer, writes David Bryant

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The advocacy and the ecstasy

The advocacy and the ecstasy

St Teresa, born in Avila 500 years ago this weekend, is often depicted in a religious fervour. But there was much more to her than that, writes Laurie Vere  Subscribe to read more

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Lessons from history can teach us how to live

The long shadow of the past can not only illuminate the present but also point to a more hopeful future, writes David Monteith  Subscribe to read more

Sun 29 Mar 15 @ 9:38
RT @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 http://t.co/fxGu6MbYWG http://t.co/HDgzZphVEz