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MASTERPIECES FROM THE LOUVRE The Collection of Louis La Caze At the Wallace Collection 14 February-18 May Admission free The re-hang at the Wallace Collection is now complete. Parts of the Gallery are very splendid and, for those so inclined, [...]

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America 1 Crisis in TEC As the crisis in The Episcopal Church deepens we include this month two important documents. The first is the Bishop of Pittsburgh's response to attempts in the House of Bishops to declare that he has [...]

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last chronicle

Shalom! I bring you greetings from The Episcopal Church, and from its members in Taiwan, and AAicronesia, and Colombia, and Ecuador, and Venezuela, in the Virgin Islands, in Puerto Rico, in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, in the United States, and [...]

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Forward in Faith update

Delegate Conference There will be a Delegate Conference in Central London on Friday, 6 June 2008, for all of the following: Members of the Forward in Faith Council Members of the Forward in Faith College of Deans All Lay and [...]

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Unity for mission

Sister Mary Michael CHC on some lessons from John Charles Ryle (1816-1900), the first Bishop of Liverpool, who taught the importance of working together for the sake of evangelism, in spite of internal disagreements Staunch Evangelical though he was to [...]

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Touching Place

ss john and mary magdalene, goldthorpe A church built in reinforced concrete in the Italianate style is not something you meet every day, especially in a South Yorkshire mining village in the Dearne Valley. Lord Halifax gave Goldthorpe the first [...]

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the way we live now

Geoffrey Kirk looks at the link between Christianity and the eight Millennium Development Goals The real trouble about the set your patient is living in,' wrote Screwtape to Wormwood, 'is that it is merely Christian. They all have individual interests, [...]

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faith of our fathers

Arthur Middleton on Henry Hammond (1605-60) 'Laudian' describes those who shared the theological viewpoint of Laud, the churchmen who were in wholehearted agreement in their method of defending the church's interests before and after the Restoration; though they were not [...]

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Sacred vision

Les saintes femmes au tombeau William-Adolphe Bouguereau (1825-1905) was one of the most popular and well regarded of the high Victorian school of French painting. Idealized, hyper-realist, and rich in detail, his draughtsmanship of the human form is exceptional (far [...]

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God is God

The identification of God with Being has its origins in God's revelation to Moses on Sinai Patrick Henry Reardon is a Senior Editor of Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity There is a glaring fallacy in the contemporary presumption that [...]

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