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Paul Noble on the recently established provision of supplementary training for curates   Ask your parish priest what he thought of the training his diocese laid on for curates when he was first ordained and you are almost guaranteed a [...]

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The byways of history

Alan Smith uncovers two little-known stories from the past   From time to time, in my career as an amateur historian (the pay is lousy but the hours are great), I come across hidden stories that deserve a wider audience. [...]

2018-10-04T13:39:40+00:00January 2015 Articles|

Why come to church?

Barry A. Orford encourages us to rediscover practices that promote stillness and dignity in our worship   A recently published article advised readers on ‘How to become a welcoming cathedral.’ It offered sensible suggestions for helping those who come to [...]

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Christ the King

Julian Browning on the Feast of Christ the King as a statement of truth and unity   I have changed my mind about the Feast of Christ the King. I have always seen it as the end of term treat. [...]

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Steps towards unity

Thomas Seville CR  examines some of the issues to be resolved to enable fuller visible unity between the CofE and the Methodist Church in Great Britain     At the November sessions of the General Synod, a report by the [...]

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