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On the trail of Brazil’s shame

This journalist is also taking practical action, says Pat Ashworth

Highway to Hell: The road where childhoods are stolen
Matt Roper
Monarch £7.99
(978-0-85721-254-2)
Church Times Bookshop £7.20 

AS THE World Cup host for 2014, Brazil will be showcasing itself as a booming, picture-postcard country of sun, sea, and samba. No better time then, considers Matt Roper in this terse and angry book, to draw international attention to a parallel Brazil, where child sex exploitation and ...

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It's both hands together

Christianity needs political visibility on both Left and Right if it is to remain untainted by partisan associations, says Nick Spencer  Subscribe to read more

Sun 24 Jul 16 @ 20:44
Christianity needs visibility on both Left and Right if it is to remain untainted by party politics | Nick Spencer https://t.co/no9ZT192yj

Sun 24 Jul 16 @ 17:49
"Russian Church leaders are warning of a return to the bad old Soviet era when the Church was driven underground.” https://t.co/1hxv5gnaPn