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Illinois Supreme Court declines Episcopal Church appeal

The Illinois Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of the Episcopal Church in its lawsuit with the Diocese of Quincy, upholding a lower court ruling that…

Bishop’s voyage celebrates bicentenary

The Assistant Bishop of Auckland, the Rt Rev James White, has begun a 10-day voyage from Auckland’s Mission Bay to Oihi Beach in the Bay of Islands in…

Vatican honour for new Irish bishop

The Secretary General of the Anglican Consultative Council, the Rev Canon Kenneth Kearon, has been presented with an episcopal ring in honour of his election as the Church…

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First woman bishop named

First woman bishop named

THE CHURCH of England today announced that the Rev Libby Lane, currently Vicar of St…

Church pressures oil giants

BP AND ROYAL DUTCH SHELL are facing pressure from the Church of England to cut…

Charity angry over foetal alcohol judgement

A FOETUS is not entitled to compensation due to damage done by excessive drinking before…

Archbishop highlights Inquiry into Hunger

AN OUTSPOKEN article in the Mail on Sunday by the Archbishop of Canterbury helped ensure…

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Tom Wright – Pulled between the People and the Page

Tom Wright – Pulled between the People and the Page

For most ‘everyday’ Christians, theologians are not a topic of conversation at the water-cooler, or even over church coffee in green cups. They lurk in the shadows…

Leader

The importance of local and national sport

Oh dear: England’s football team is already out of the World Cup after two defeats, both fair results. The significance of international sport, why it means so…

Opinion

A tumultuous week for the Church

A tumultuous week for the Church

Just days before its historic decision to allow women into the episcopate, General Synod meeting in York has been given a shock in the form of Lord…

Columnists

The British Caliphate

Now here’s a strange thing: the media are usually obsessed with politics, but they’ve been very quiet ahead of the Clacton by-election to be held tomorrow. Why…

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Edge of Words by Rowan Williams

Book Review: The Edge of Words by Rowan Williams

Natural theology is now more commonly propagated by philosophers than by theologians. There is a gentle dig at one of the more eminent practitioners of the genre,…

Anglican Life

Reform calls for boycott of shared conversations

THE CONSERVATIVE evangelical group Reform this week called on its members to boycott the shared conversations on human sexuality, claiming that traditionalists have been sidelined. The group…

Parliamentary News

Bishop of Oxford wishes Gove well after Cabinet reshuffle

The Bishop of Oxford, who chairs the C of E’s Board of Education and speaks on education in the House of Lords, has issued a statement in…

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Exclusive clip: Stations of the Cross

Exclusive clip: Stations of the Cross

The new award-winning German film Stations of the Cross will be released this Friday, November 28. This story of religion and devotion follows 14-year-old Maria, a girl…

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