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Letters to the editor

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Pastoral and moral theology in the RC Church; Holy Week and Easter religious broadcasting; The management of vacancies in the Church; The Cathedrals Working Group and its make-up; Places of worship and HLF funding programmes; Selective education; US foreign policy and Professor Joad’s wisdom

Letters to the Editor

Religion on the BBC: Radio 3, good; TV, poor; Episcopal appointments and the system’s flaws; The European Union’s part in keeping peace; School holidays and the travel industry’s profits; Parish vacancies and archidiaconal ones; The couples who aren’t there to hear their banns

 

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Responses to the Welsh Bench of Bishops and Legal Sub-Committee; European ruling on religious signs in workplaces; Concealed growth in usual Sunday attendance; Reflection on vocations among God’s people; Crucifying the poor

Letters to the Editor

The Welsh Bishops on the Dean of St Albans and the see of Llandaff; The BBC’s outsourcing of Songs of Praise; Church of England guidance on domestic abuse; European judgment concerning religious signs

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Ordinands, the housing ladder, and the Church’s care for the clergy; School’s stipulations for its visiting preacher; Helping people discover the benefits of silence; In retrospect, a non-recommendation for training

 

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The Sheffield affair and the package deal that created women bishops; The C of E Bishops’ approach to safeguarding; Yemen and its ‘internationally recognised leader’; Couples and their banns 

 

 

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The emperor’s new clothes? Brexit and the opportunities that it presents; Risk of ‘pastoral practice at odds with scripture’; Restricted distribution of Storey-review report; Balloons? Think again!; Vocations are not just to ordained ministry; Single-parish training contexts for first curacies; 'Heroic' endurance of the Palestinians; No digital self-denial in the Instagram age

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

The nomination of Bishop North to Sheffield; Contemplating an end to single-parish curacies; Charitable activity that is necessarily political; The Storey case; Shortcomings of the Common Worship lectionary; Votes in the Synod

 

Letters to the Editor

Outcome of the take-note debate on the Bishops’ report on sexuality; Drawing conclusions from the Iwerne scandal; Gambling addiction: the situation on the ground; Grants to promote the science-faith conversation

Letters to the Editor

Sparing the rod: the Iwerne Trust scandal and biblical interpretation; Episcopal appointments in England and Wales; Cathedrals need the freedom to be annoying; Raking over the Troubles: it’s time to stop the legacy investigations; Charity statements on inequality and poverty

Letters to the Editor

Bishops and cathedrals: not a question of power; Sexuality and choice of language: Polari evening prayer and Living Out; Woolwich BAME elevation shouldn’t be the last; Churches can help to provide WiFi

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