/December 2000 Articles

KOINONIA: A MODEL FOR UNITY

Peter Toon examines a concept which looks set to become classical TWO VERY SIGNIFICANT REPORTS have been accepted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lambeth Conference of Bishops, the Primates' Meeting, and individual Provinces of the Anglican Communion of Churches [...]

2017-06-26T18:25:46+00:00 December 2000 Articles|

DEVOTIONAL

O Quanta Qualia Human Loss It is a sad fact that much of our emotional energy and much of' our spiritual endeavour is spent in coping with loss. It is the things, places and people we lose that shape our [...]

2017-06-26T18:25:10+00:00 December 2000 Articles|

TRUEMAN DICKEN

Francis Gardom celebrates a defender of the faith TRUEMAN DICKEN was born on January 18,1919, at Uttoxeter, where his father was a cinema proprietor. The family eventually settled in the West Country, where they ran a group of cinemas in [...]

2017-06-26T18:24:36+00:00 December 2000 Articles|

OZ AS IT IS

David Robarts brings Poms up to speed WHAT SORT of people are Australians, and how fares religion in this country, described during more than two centuries of its colonial settlement as 'the most godless place on earth'? I begin with [...]

2017-06-26T18:24:02+00:00 December 2000 Articles|

COMMENT

There lies before the Church of England a prospect unknown in living Synodical memory: a General Synod without liturgy. As parishes, this Advent, adopt (or not) the slickly produced volumes of Common Worship, Catholics in the Church of England need [...]

2017-06-26T18:23:13+00:00 December 2000 Articles|