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To be a pilgrim

To be a pilgrim

Chester: When the Revd Karen Freeman suggested that she should conduct a Pilgrim Course for the teachers and teaching assistants at Christ Church C of E Primary School, the head agreed that it should be thought of as "continuing professional development"

Recognising goodness

Recognising goodness

Coventry: Awards of clasped hands and a certificate were presented to a variety of unsung helpful people at a New Year's awards evening at the end of January

Burying alleluia

Burying alleluia

Canterbury: As part of the preparation for Lent at St Nicholas's, Wade, Birchington, two members of the congregation buried two "Alleluia" posters in the Easter garden. The posters will be dug up at the Easter vigil, as the word comes back into use in the Easter worship

Who are they?

Who are they?

Winchester: Six chests, that almost certainly hold the bones of several of early kings, including Cnut and his wife, Emma, as well as three bishops, are being opened again, and scientifically examined

Car, not chocolate

Car, not chocolate

Salisbury: Struggling to give up chocolate was for him never much of a spiritual experience, the Bishop of Ramsbury, Dr Edward Condry, says. Last year, he found a better way: to give up using his car for Lent

Music, drama, and dance

Music, drama, and dance

"THANK You For The Music" is an annual event at St Philip's, Birchencliffe, in the Huddersfield Episcopal Area of the diocese of West Yorkshire & the Dales

Cathedral heaven

Cathedral heaven

"LIKE a taste of heaven," was the comment of a man who happened to call in at Birmingham Cathedral during the recently held 24 hours of prayer

Checking mates

Checking mates

A GRANDFATHER of 75 was one of the two winners of the Christian Youth Work Volunteer of the Year awards, and he won it by playing chess

Remarkable record

Remarkable record

THE mind boggles at the fact that Leslie Doe has served as a verger at All Saints', Terling, in Chelmsford diocese, since 1948

Every comfort

Every comfort

IF IT is just a cup of coffee or a cosy tea you want, then there are these comfortable sofas for a half-hour chat

Down the zip wire

Down the zip wire

Limerick & Killaloe: LIFE as a bishop is a lot like a ride on a zip wire, the Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, said, when he preached at the consecration of the new Bishop of Limerick & Killaloe, the Rt Revd Kenneth Kearon, in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin

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This just one thing

Late, you don't know the half, and at the end of the day I'm at it, the tethered end: this selfreflexive, monographical effort. '[N]o acceptable religious position that is not a reinforcement o...  Read More

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Poet who crossed frontiers

Poet who crossed frontiers

To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of T. S. Eliot, Martyn Halsall examines the writer's work in order to map his spiritual journey  Subscribe to read more

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