/March 1999 Articles

THE LORD’S PRAYER III

GIVE US TODAY OUR DAILY BREAD. AT THE HEART of the Paternoster is a problem. The very phrase which has always been perceived by Christians to be crucial - determining its traditional position in the eucharistic liturgy between the eucharistic [...]

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CAISTER CAPERS

Mark Mesley finds that the Caister Retreat Conference reaches parts that other catholics cannot reach I ATTENDED CAISTER for the first time last year and would love to go again this year. Unfortunately it clashes with the first week of [...]

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THE CHALLENGE OF THE NSM

Rodney Schofield believes that the Church is being challenged to look again at the implications of non-stipendiary ministry How serious is the Church of England about its non-stipendiary ministers? As a body, they appear to be growing in number, currently [...]

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30 Days

OWN GOAL? Some ninety archdeacons gathered at High Leigh recently for their National Conference (is that a faculty of Archdeacons?). Inevitably they broke up into workshops on a variety of topics. One, on Church and State, was to be led [...]

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COMMENT

MARCH 1999 The peep show presidency of William Jefferson Clinton is safe - at least for the present. The Senate of the United States of America failed to convict the impeached leader of the free world for 'high crimes and [...]

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