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Woman is on shortlist for next Glasgow bishop

THE Revd Dr Alison Peden, Rector of Holy Trinity, Stirling, and a Canon of St Ninian’s Cathedral, Perth, is on a shortlist of three for the election of the next Bishop of Glasgow & Galloway. The Scottish Episcopal Church voted in favour of women bishops in 2003. The two other candidates are the Principal of the Southern North West Training Partnership, Manchester, the Ven. Dr John Applegate, and the Dean of ...

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Poll uncovers obstacles for conservative Evangelical women https://t.co/wY4D5Sapgv

Fri 20 Jan 17 @ 21:30
'Refugees are freezing to death while European leaders turn a blind eye to suffering of people on their doorsteps' https://t.co/jm2WWg7aI3