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The Church and il Duce

The Church and il Duce

The Pope and Mussolini: The secret history of Pius XI and the rise of Fascism in Europe by  David I. Kertzer

Reflective pilgrims

Reflective pilgrims

Occupied Territories by Garth Hewitt; Peace-ing Together Jerusalem by Clare Amos 

Bringing out old and new

Bringing out old and new

The Pioneer Gift: Explorations in mission - Jonny Baker and Cathy Ross, editors 

Low percentage of Evangelical anxiety

Low percentage of Evangelical anxiety

Mike Starkey misses the hard questions in this invitation to faith

Liturgists taking a broad view

Liturgists taking a broad view

The Study of Liturgy and Worship: An Alcuin guide - Juliette Day and Benjamin Gordon-Taylor, editors 

Atmospheric clues

Atmospheric clues

The Jewish Pseudepigrapha: An introduction to the literature of the Second Temple period by Susan Docherty

A city that is not at unity

A city that is not at unity

Jerusalem Unbound: Geography, history and the future of the Holy City by Michael Dumper

Notice board

Notice board

Including Broken Works Best by Catherine Campbell

New titles just published

Including A Grief Observed: Reader's edition by C. S. Lewis, with contributions from Hilary Mantel, Jessica Martin, Jenna Bailey, Rowan Williams, Kate Saunders, Francis Spufford, and Maureen Freely 

The importance of being Rubens

The importance of being Rubens

Nicholas Cranfield sees the current exhibition at the Royal Academy

What three Rio teenagers do with a landfill windfall

What three Rio teenagers do with a landfill windfall

Stephen Brown sees a BAFTA-nominated tale of Brazil's poor

Lumpy liturgy, but Bishop Lane is lauded

Lumpy liturgy, but Bishop Lane is lauded

Press: AFTER all these years of waiting, I found the consecration of the Church of England's first woman bishop rather anticlimactic

Novel approach

Television: STUDIES of the Reformation, and the general understanding of the origin of the Church of England, will be given a tremendous boost by the screening of Wolf Hall, BBC2's adaptation of Hilary Mantel's novels

Modest last wish

Radio: It was a message repeated in Churchill's Grave (Radio 4, Friday) with a regularity bordering on the irritating: everyone, from the local cabbie to the founder of Churchill Insurance, insisted that this showed Churchill to be at heart a man of the people, unpretentious, discreet, and humble

Week ahead

Week ahead: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

People drawn into the fullness of God’s life

People drawn into the fullness of God’s life

Edward Dowler on a variety of available Lenten reflections

Home with a book, or back to Rick’s café?

Home with a book, or back to Rick’s café?

David Winter considers courses and daily fare for groups or individuals

Be still and know . . .

Be still and know . . .

Silence: A user's guide by Maggie Ross

Personal tale of salvation

Personal tale of salvation

Lord and Saviour: Jesus of Nazareth (Christian Belief for Everyone: Book 3) by Alister McGrath

Wilderness, not a dreamland

Wilderness, not a dreamland

The Wilderness Within: Meditation and modern life by Nicholas Buxton 

On one safe path to the centre

On one safe path to the centre

A Labyrinth Prayer Handbook: Creative resources for worship and reflection by Sally Welch

Fri 30 Jan 15 @ 16:35
RT @waltonandyGreat to read stories of Syrian refugees in @churchtimes in their own words rather than just seeing them as stats. http://t.co/xdFEljbATR

Fri 30 Jan 15 @ 16:25
.@stephensizer has now apologised for his 9/11 link on social media http://t.co/kFW9Cp6H9p