Sister Rosemary reflects on retiring from General Synod
Elizabeth Figg reflects on the death of René Girard
Blessed configuration I HAVE noted, over the years, that it often rains heavily on 1 November in Rome — a dampener on my regular relatively good spirits at this season. But not this year, when golden days for both the feast of All Saints and the commemoration of All Souls delivered...
A thousand words
THE word “iconic” is used nowadays to describe anything that creates or illustrates a trend, however trivial or transitory. A frock, a gadget, even a vacuum cleaner, can earn the epithet.
There are, however, some things that fully merit the over-used adjective,...
John Wall is invited to dinner at the National Liberal Club
“YOU look much younger when you’re not in the pulpit” Robert Mackley is told
Glyn Paflin takes a trip to Norwich, land is dissent
Days of our lives
I HAVE mentioned before that this year we are celebrating our 150th anniversary. I shall go on mentioning it, since it is the most exciting thing that has happened in our community for years.
One of the ways in which our anniversary has been marked is by the publication...
Elizabeth Figg has been pinging around the country like a human pinball.
Jonathan Boardman has a trip to Glyndebourne
Serenhedd James goes fishing, discovers High-Church Knee, and reflects on the passing of a faithful servant