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The Master of the Royal Foundation of St Katharine, Prebendary Ronald Swan (right), and its chairman, Lord Churchill, are seen behind a new stained-glass in memory of the Queen Mother, the Foundation’s  patron from 1953 to 2002, at the chapel of its retreat house and conference centre in east London. The late Alan Younger made the design: the Queen Mother’s shield encircled by the Foundation’s motto. PA photo
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Extending a ministry of welcome

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The local and the global cannot be separated

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