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Articles > 2013 > 8 February > Reviews > Book reviews >

Trying to take the cat for a walk

Mary Tanner reflects on bishops' ministry

Bishops: The changing nature of the Anglican episcopate on mainland Britain
Michael Keuleman
XLibris £13.99
(978-1-4653-5394-8)

READERS should not be put off by some of the views expressed in the introduction; for this book brings together an immense amount of biblical, historical, and contemporary statistical material.

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UPDATED: We will repair damage done to our city and its people, Bishop tells Manchester https://t.co/GCEa1R3PxW

Wed 24 May 17 @ 15:12
Selby Abbey will be open tomorrow from 7.30-8.30pm, for people to pray for the election and those affected by the Manchester terror attack