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Not brotherly. Or exclusive

Not brotherly. Or exclusive

Press:  THE TIMES came down hard on the Exclusive Brethren, who had fought a remarkably dirty fight to preserve their charitable status. I am surprised that no other paper picked the story up

The blaming of cats

The blaming of cats

Press: Louis the cathedral cat does not look as if he could terrorise a provincial high street; yet, according to The Guardian, he left a traumatised dog-owner huddled in the gutter after he ambushed her spaniel

Electoral intrigue in Bradford

Electoral intrigue in Bradford

Press: THE election in Bradford West, where George Galloway is trying to defend the seat he won for the Respect party in a by-election against the Labour Party, is turning into a perfectly fascinating story

Bored? Listless? Try a jihad

Bored? Listless? Try a jihad

Press: JUST a little Christianity this week: the story in The Guardian that "A group of Churches has called for an urgent overhaul of the Government's benefits sanctions regime, describing it as punitive, inhumane and un-Christian

‘Partisan’ bishops in the firing line

‘Partisan’ bishops in the firing line

Press: The Bishops' pastoral letter seems to have inflamed passions in a most unexpected way

Awesome. For advertising’s sake

Awesome. For advertising’s sake

THE NEW YORKER last month ran an astonishing piece that needs proper consideration

Swiss cuckoo boosts nest eggs

Swiss cuckoo boosts nest eggs

Press: LORD GREEN's proposals to improve the leadership of the Church of England have not made an impression in the mainstream press, but his own record as a business leader was all over the papers as the General Synod opened

Ethics: Yes, No, Don’t Know

Ethics: Yes, No, Don’t Know

Press: The church has no coherent opinion on reproductive technology. In Baltimore, the story of Bishop Heather Cook just gets worse and more shaming for the Episcopal Church

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

Mail: ‘Church departs from Bible’

Mail: ‘Church departs from Bible’

Press: JOHN BINGHAM's Telegraph scoop of both the book On Rock or Sand? and the interview with Archbishop Sentamu was a reward for consistent hard work and accuracy. But the most interesting reaction came in other papers

Muhammad: those missing images

Muhammad: those missing images

Press: The one predictable thing about catastrophes of this sort is that the comment afterwards will prove that all the commentators were right all along - in the causes they ascribed to the catastrophe, the warnings so fatefully ignored, and the remedies they had already proposed

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The advocacy and the ecstasy

The advocacy and the ecstasy

St Teresa, born in Avila 500 years ago this weekend, is often depicted in a religious fervour. But there was much more to her than that, writes Laurie Vere  Subscribe to read more

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Lessons from history can teach us how to live

The long shadow of the past can not only illuminate the present but also point to a more hopeful future, writes David Monteith  Subscribe to read more

Tue 31 Mar 15 @ 16:32
@churchtimes @TheDesmondTutu is a celebrated former student at @KingsCollegeLon - the old student union nightclub was called Tutu's.

Tue 31 Mar 15 @ 16:32
Archbishop Desmond Tutu intervenes over King's College London's refusal to divest from fossil fuels http://t.co/elamBfZCLm