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DID City workers, I wonder, break earlier for lunch in 1916?

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Exchange of views; Literal believer; Religious ferment; Lost references

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It’s all in the game; Cornish reverie; One more step. . . ; Rare sighting

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Forgive us our shinsJOHN B. TAYLOR — “JBT” to his friends — was a former bishop of St Albans who died last month. The Church Times obituary (Gazette, 1 July) captured the essence of a man who was a rare combination of char­­a­cter­istics: brilliant scholar, devout Evangelical Christian, and whatever...

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Meaningful presence“WHAT is the Church for?” is a question that I have posed with a certain pompous rhetorical flourish in more than one sermon; and it was a question I was pondering when I first went to St George’s, Venice. There has been an English-speaking Christian presence in the Veneto for cen...

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Back with the brethren I WAS back in Boston in May to spend some time with the members of the Society of St John the Evan­gelist at their monastery in Cam­bridge, and to continue work on the Cowley Project. Since my last visit, a new Superior has been elected, and now Brother James Koester SSJE lead...

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Tempus fugitA MERE 500 issues back, I noted in this column that milestones in the history of the Church Times had a way of creeping up on its editorial staff while they were minding other people’s business. That seems to be even more ap­­plic­­able to the current, 8000th, issue, in all its multi-pla...

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I’M writing this on the Tuesday after the Brexit vote. I feel I should have something of great import to say to you on the subject, but I still can’t quite work out how to respond

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Visitors’ commentsTHE Archbishop of Canterbury has been making one of his lightning visits to a diocese, and this time it is ours. Lest any corner of the county should feel left out, he has been touching down from north to south, east to west, with a substantial stay in the city of Derby. He has dro...

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IT WAS one of those weekends

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Where the track leads from Rio

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As the Olympic participants head home from Rio, Nick Watson explores the growing relationship between sport and the Churches  Subscribe to read more

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A Broadway guide to the narrow way

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Fri 26 Aug 16 @ 19:33
In 1st year of @salvationarmy programme, 378 ex-slaves were looked after, but this year that had rocketed to 1800 https://t.co/BcrAtkc1wN

Fri 26 Aug 16 @ 18:30
“I am quite sure that Christ would approve. Otherwise I would not be getting married in the cathedral in Denmark.” https://t.co/o2VpvwEVOC