Friday 21 September 2018
Dom Raymond Jaconelli, the Abbot of Nunraw, a Cistercian monastery in
Haddington, and one of the pilgrims at Scotland's Pilgrimage for Healing and
Peace in Haddington, an ecumenical event, on Saturday
02 Nov 2006
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Following an intense and exciting first 18 months, which has seen the Trust created and quickly admit six schools, the Diocese of St Albans Multi-Academy Trust is seeking to appoint an inspirational CEO to lead it into the next phase of its development. Coming from the business, charity or educational sector our new CEO will have the capacity, skills and experience to develop and grow the Trust.
Priest-in-Charge for the Benefice of Broughton with Bossington and Houghton and Mottisfont and The Test Valley Benefice; Rector Designate for the proposed Mid-Test Benefice
We are seeking a creative and visionary leader who will help us grow our mission and ministry
A unique opportunity to lead and shape one of Cardiff’s most well-resourced parishes, and to meet the challenges of future planned expansion in Wales’s vibrant capital city.
The Bishop of Llandaff is looking for a motivated priest
Our Diocesan vision for ‘Growing Disciples’ reaching wider, younger and deeper, has stirred many more people to explore their discipleship and vocation. During this season of growth and change within the Diocese, we seek to discern and develop new lay and ordained ministries across all our parishes. This strategically significant role will release people into new ministries, across all ages and in a wide variety of contexts.
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In the third part of our series on the religious life, Pat Ashworth traces the history of the Sant’Egidio Community, from squatting in a convent to opening corridors to Europe
The Church should tell people the truth about Brexit, not what they want to hear, says Nick Baines
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