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Call me mother

IT WAS an afternoon workshop designed particularly for those members of the clergy who are also mothers. It was part of the Nurturing Women Clergy event, in Southwark diocese, when the intention was to explore and debate the part played by nurturing in ministry, as well as nurturing themselves intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

The Chaplain of Trinity College, Oxford, the Revd Dr Emma Percy, spoke on mothering as a metaphor for all priests, whether or ...

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