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Have you heard the angels sing? Walter Hilton The Angels' Song was written by Walter Hilton in the fourteenth century for a brother in Christ who asked his guidance. `What is the angels' song?' the brother asked. Walter Hilton replied, [...]


Andrew Starkie on the misuse of language LANGUAGE is a battleground because it is used to transmit ideas. The recent centenary of George Orwell's death has brought before the public imagination again the spectre of the official language of Newspeak. [...]

The Structures of Unity

Archbishop Rowan Williams considers our accountability to one another AS I write, I'm waiting to hear the outcome of the US General Convention's debates; it's an interesting tine (to put it mildly) to be reflecting on the nature of Anglicanism. [...]


Last year Cost of Conscience, the traditionalist think-tank, commissioned the leading religious research body, Christian Research, to conduct a wide-ranging survey of the Church of England. That survey, `The Mind of Anglicans', independently conducted and reported, received such an astonishingly [...]

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