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Thurifer   A week is a long time in politics is a truism recently amply displayed. We might say that the new government has succeeded in reducing it to a few days, even hours, as policies are announced and in [...]

2023-02-15T12:27:35+00:00November 2022 Articles|


Peter Ramsden   On returning from Papua New Guinea, I was kindly invited by the Bishop of Carlisle to be an Honorary Assistant Bishop in his diocese. I chair the committee that keeps an eye on the diocese’s overseas companion [...]

2023-02-15T12:27:04+00:00November 2022 Articles|

Seven good years for Maidstone

David Banting commends Bishop Rod Thomas upon his retirement   Rod Thomas has retired as the Bishop of Maidstone after seven distinguished years of pioneering episcopacy. Traditional Catholics have had episcopal representation and cover since 1992 with three Provincial Episcopal [...]

2023-02-15T12:26:40+00:00November 2022 Articles|

Historic Bonds of Faith

Paul Thomas writes about when the Ecumenical Patriarch came to Evensong   His Eminence Archbishop Nikitas of Thyateira & Great Britain is a parishioner of St James’s, Sussex Gardens. He lives and works at Thyateira House on Craven Terrace, only [...]

2023-02-15T12:26:11+00:00November 2022 Articles|

The Modernism Centenary

Coral Ann Howells looks at James Joyce’s Ulysses and T.S. Eliot’s The Waste Land, published 100 years ago and which ushered in the Modernist Movement   ‘April is the cruellest month.’ These lines are instantly familiar to anyone who has [...]

2023-02-15T12:25:11+00:00November 2022 Articles|
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