The programme rests on solid foundations, rooted in scripture and tradition, says Jeremy Worthen
Recent football child abuse cases find disturbing parallels in the Church, says Justin Humphreys
DESPITE this paper’s 153-year history, it was not until 1983 that the phrase “British values” was first mentioned
I THINK it may be an apocryphal story, but I heard recently of a new curate who expected Christmas Day to be a day off — after all, she said: “Christmas is family time."
Ronald Blythe finds magic in the sound of carols on a frosty day
Instead, the richness that religion brings should be celebrated, says Paul Vallely
The Church of England, the deprived estates, and the ‘popular revolution’; Incarnation central in approach to suffering; More leaders with disabilities than is obvious; Minorities at risk from religious-freedom lobby; BAME in West Sussex; Cathedral 'national trust;
Replacing lukewarm with zealous Anglicans won’t save the C of E, says Andrew Brown
”THE truth is rarely pure and never simple.” Well, in the case of foodbanks, it just is. The people who use them are hungry and desperate. The reason that there are now more foodbanks is that more people are hungry and desperate. Stung by government attacks that they were just do-gooders, allowing t...
I AM in mourning for the lost presidency of Hillary Clinton