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An innovator in word and sacrament

Michael Wheeler reassesses J. M. Neale, priest and hymn writer

Wilberforce, the witty reformer

Adrian Leak relishes the persistence and joy of the social campaigner

Free yourself of the ‘hurry syndrome’

We can all learn from the poet Gerard Manley Hopkins, who took the time to look at the world around him, writes Michael Burgess

The richness of the edge of the world

Small remote churches are full of warmth, welcome, and worship, argues Fiona Newton

Hidden realities of worship

Angela Ashwin explores the blend of the personal and the corporate

Still those wandering thoughts of umbrellas

In the first of two articles about what happens in worship, Angela Ashwin explores attentiveness

Finding the Beyond in the petty agitations

Adrian Leak celebrates Evelyn Underhill achievement in restoring mysticism to the C of E

A pietà for all seasons

John Pridmore reflects on the 40th anniversary of the Soweto Uprisings

Sowing the seeds of the Church

Peter Townley marks Ugandan Martyrs’ Day

A faithful devotion to scientific inquiry

Ray Cavanaugh finds Copernicus and Kepler seeking the truth of God in science

Screaming tongues and silent aching

David Bryant praises the vibrancy of the medieval mystic Jacopone da Todi’s writing

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Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

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Resignations and retirements

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13th Sunday after Trinity

13th Sunday after Trinity

Proper 16: Isaiah 58.9b-end; Psalm 103.1-8; Hebrews...

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Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

‘Discipleship’ has been much maligned of late. In a new book, Rowan Williams explains why it’s important, and what it involves  Subscribe to read more

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Embodying love and hope

Health-care chaplains are called to represent values from a place of vulnerability and equality, argues Jeremy Pemberton  Read More

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