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Use what power you have to help the poor

Use what power you have to help the poor

Christians can take a lead to promote practical action for those suffering in the housing crisis, says Phil Hemsley

Wittenberg is closer to Rome

Wittenberg is closer to Rome

Protestant Churches are nearer to the RCs than Anglicans are, argues Alexander Faludy

Looking upstream

“STICK two poems up in a bus shelter and call it a university.” Tony Blair was the subject of this one-liner, written by the late Victoria Wood for one of her plain-speaking dinnerladies

The Victoria Wood way: a trail for others, too

I WAS getting ready for morning prayer on Thursday of last week, when I heard that Victoria Wood had died. Instinctively, I lit a candle for her at the shrine of St Frideswide in Christ Church Cathedral

The unacceptable face of capitalism

The demise of BHS reveals a wider problem in big business, says Paul Vallely

 

Word from Wormingford

Word from Wormingford

Ronald Blythe reflects on St Paul’s words on loving and giving

Letters to the Editor

Electronic communications for today’s Church; Thomas the Tank Engine gravestone ruling; Being ‘realistic’ about dependence on fossil fuels; Local credit unions need local ethical investors; Physical resurrection; Big plans? Then get in touch with the DAC early; Parsonages and the invisibility of the clergy

The last post: a gift for priest and parish

The last post: a gift for priest and parish

In their final appointment before retiring, the clergy could have the chance of a fresh approach, argues Philip Welsh

How IS justifies its iconoclasm

How IS justifies its iconoclasm

Islamic State draws on legal traditions to rationalise its destruction, says David Keys

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Keeping the Bard cool

Keeping the Bard cool

One of our greatest Shakespearean actors, Judi Dench, took time out from the 400th-anniversary celebrations to talk to Sarah Meyrick  Subscribe to read more

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