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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

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

The Prince, Bishop, Mayor — and refugees

The Prince, Bishop, Mayor — and refugees

Calls on Christian compassion from child migrants are nothing new. What should be the response now, asks Bob Finch

Identity in Christ, not in DNA

Identity in Christ, not in DNA

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s faith has been his true anchor, says Andrew Atherstone

Robust approach to fossil fuels required

Robust approach to fossil fuels required

The Church must keep up the pressure on oil and gas companies, argues Darrell Hannah

Plug the gaps to stop people draining away

Plug the gaps to stop people draining away

Extended gaps between incumbents can hurt a parish. Could designated interim priests help? asks Ron Wiffen

The next battle: the housing crisis

The next battle: the housing crisis

Churches must now fight for decent accommodation, argue Angus Ritchie and Sarah Hutt

Can the Communion stay together?

Can the Communion stay together?

The real issue is not sexuality, but the interpretation of scripture, says Brian Castle

Keep our nerve, and schools can thrive

Keep our nerve, and schools can thrive

Schools face challenges from new legislation, but C of E provision is well-placed to flourish, argues Colin Hopkins

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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  Subscribe to read more

Fri 29 Apr 16 @ 21:45
Hereford Cathedral's Mrs Shakespair probably not the Bard's wife, sadly https://t.co/FLOcsLekQX

Fri 29 Apr 16 @ 21:00
“Bullying, vilification, and intimidation of witnesses” Can C of E inquiry into Peter Ball get to the truth? https://t.co/nZAQY3wBdJ