/March 2015 Articles

The nails

In this devotional article for Lent, Robert Ladds reflects on one of the instruments of the Passion Ron Carter was a remarkable person. Besides a successful professional career, he had a passion and interest in blacksmithing. He owned an ancient [...]

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Letter to the Editor

From Br Steven CR Thank you for publishing the article about Father Benson for which I am most grateful. I would like to draw readers’ attention to some additional facts which were previously omitted. Father Benson had built the Church [...]

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The Hermit(age) on the Hill

Brother Harold Palmer’s Hermitage at Shepherds Law in Northumberland is a remarkable ecumenical experiment, writes Nigel Aston On a remote hillside in north Northumberland, a remarkable experiment in Catholic Christian ecumenism is taking place through the witness of Brother Harold [...]

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Pain and hope

Bashar Matti Warda, Archbishop of the Chaldean Diocese of Erbil, addresses General Synod on the plight of Christians in Iraq Thank you very much for inviting me to the General Synod of the Church of England. I am grateful for [...]

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A common legacy

Metropolitan Joseph on the lives of some of the Saints of the first Christian millennium Distinguished members of St Dunstan’s Church, dear guests, dear parishioners, I start by thanking you all for giving me the opportunity to talk to you [...]

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50 shades of Gray-Green?

Despite its flaws, there are good things in the Green Report, writes Gary Waddington Much opprobrium has been heaped on the ‘Green report’ – Talent Management for Future Leaders and Leadership Development for Bishops and Deans: A New Approach? It [...]

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