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Slowly changing to the secular

Our Christian heritage is being eroded through subtle changes, says Peter Graystone

Sheffield is changing dramatically. As hoardings come down to reveal new buildings, the body of a renewed city is progressively visible. Its lungs are the Peace Gardens, which were renamed some years ago when the present tranquil space was created from what used to be St Paul’s Gardens. Although I have walked through them many times, it was only last week that I realised the significance ...

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