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The luminous drama of the resurrection

The luminous drama of the resurrection

In the final part of his Lent series, Richard Harries considers a depiction of awesome otherness

Beauty, but without Pollyanna escapism

Beauty, but without Pollyanna escapism

Richard Harries admires the mix of joy and sorrow in the paintings of Norman Adams

Christ’s sacrificial music

Christ’s sacrificial music

Richard Harries continues his reflections on modern art for Lent

Old truths seen in a new light, and in London

Old truths seen in a new light, and in London

Richard Harries considers what we can learn from Mark Cazalet's triptych Three Johannine Miracles, the Blind Man

Power in Battersea

Power in Battersea

SOME artists in the Christian tradition have tried to imagine a biblical scene as it was in Palestine some 2000 years ago. Roger Wagner is not an archaeological painter in that sense, trying to recreate the past. His paintings are a response to the modern world, but he tries...

Setting his face like flint

Setting his face like flint

Richard Harries continues his Lent series on Christian works of art

Unless you become as little children . . .

Unless you become as little children . . .

In the first of a special series for Lent, Richard Harries reflects on the art of Albert Herbert

Together, a sign of hope

Together, a sign of hope

James Walters recounts the experience of a multifaith pilgrimage

The undiscover’d country

David Winter considers the part played by faith at the end of life

Young and old together

Young and old together

Communication need not be strained, says David Winter

From Disney appeal to desert abandonment

From Disney appeal to desert abandonment

Rob Wickham learns from two different experiences that both need their parallels in church life

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Putting Passion into performance

Putting Passion into performance

Pat Ashworth talks to the originators of two home-grown Passion stagings, one musical and the other theatrical  Subscribe to read more

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My faith in the Church of England

David Cameron expresses his pride in its openness, beauty, social action, and pastoral care  Read More

Sun 20 Apr 14 @ 16:11
RT @nickbainesThe appointed day -the Diocese of @wyorksdales is born! Happy Easter! A new day dawns http://t.co/niyNdoDTE2

Sun 20 Apr 14 @ 16:10
RT @lambethpalace'The one who was dead is alive. Where there was weeping there is joy.' @JustinWelby's Easter sermon: http://t.co/KtMweOKp7x #EasterMeans