The Revd Robert Mackley considers martyrs, Mary, and matrimony
Sister Rosemary is marking the 150th anniversary of her community, now "a small group of people who are mostly ageing and fragile"
Elizabeth Figg finds the grave of 21-year-old Miss Elizabeth Mary (Lily) Cove: a parachutist born in the East End
Jonathan Boardman on moments of stress in Waterstone's
Glyn Paflin reports (not from a viewless garret)
David Winter has fond memories of gender-awareness courses at the BBC in the 1980s
John Wall on conducting weddings in areas of urban deprivation
"Never to listen to lay people who tell you that the weather is "always good for the fête""
The Revd Sister Rosemary has never
understood being frightened for fun
Serenhedd James's work with the Cowley
Project takes him to Boston
The Archdeacon of Italy and Malta, and Chaplain of All Saints',
Rome, describes his latest adventures