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Elizabeth Figg

Elizabeth Figg  has become administrator of her church's Facebook page

David Winter

Canon David Winter reflects on his connections with the Bretheren


Serenhedd James reflects on a visit to Walsingham, "England's Nazareth"


Diary: I HAVE just had great fun producing 150 or so crostini for an archidiaconal welcoming do

Robert Mackley

Diary: Seasoned churchgoers will know the perils of Mothering Sunday. All too often, it descends into an unchristian sentimental mush of family worship (by which I fear I mean worship of the family)

Diary: Sister Rosemary

Sister Rosemary: The community to which I belong has a long history. At the time I entered, more years ago than I can quite believe, living memory went back much further, and included some fascinating glimpses of a vanished world

Diary: Jonathan Boardman

Jonathan Boardman: Far from the brooding silence, the contained gesture, I cannot shut up, always racing on to fill gaps, cover silences, and disallow the emergence of space for breathing, thinking, praying, being


John Pridmore's final column: OUR "city-break" in Amsterdam began inauspiciously. On the way to our hotel, we got lost in a neighbourhood of the city best avoided by elderly clergymen of a nervous disposition



Diary: The Revd Dr Bill Beaver has kindly drawn my attention to the Maas Gallery's discovery of another handleless-door painting by a contemporary of Holman Hunt, Charles Collins (1828-73), from a private collection in Florida.

Diary: David Winter

Canon David Winter remembers "the redoubtable Michael Saward"

Diary: John Wall

Diary: THE strapline I always trot out is: "Every community deserves a decent church and a decent pub; we can do the church bit; so we need to support the pub."

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The war the English tried to forget

The war the English tried to forget

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Overturning the vested interest

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