Monthly Archives: April 2014

Rise of Fundamentalism damaging Christianity

Attorney General: Rise of fundamentalism is ‘damaging’ Christianity The rise of religious fundamentalists with a ‘deep intolerance’ to other people’s views has made Christians reluctant to express their beliefs, Dominic Grieve warns Dominic Grieve has warned that fundamentalism is turning … Continue reading

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A Day in the life of the Archbishop of Canterbury

By Cole Moreton – The Telegraph – 7:00AM BST 20 Apr 2014 Read the first part of the exclusive interview with the Archbishop of Canterbury ‘I am not the Pope,” says Justin Welby, not once but several times as we talk. It has … Continue reading

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Triduum : Trials and Triumph from Glasgow Cathedral

What a joy to be in this place today celebrating the resurrection. We began on a high last Sunday and have made our way though this Holy Week. People sometimes call that a journey, a waymarked path, a pilgrimage. But … Continue reading

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ABC Comments on Same-Sex Marriage in the U.K.

Archbishop of Canterbury claims he’s powerless to bless gay marriages because it would create split in global Anglican Church Most Rev Justin Welby said it was ‘impossible’ for some worshippers in Africa to support homosexuality He said the Church, which … Continue reading

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Fr. Jim Cotter, R.I.P.

The post RIP Jim Cotter appeared first on What is in Kelvin’s Head?. Posted: 17 Apr 2014 07:24 AM PDT In the middle of the busy days of Holy Week comes the news that Jim Cotter has died. Jim was a … Continue reading

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St. Matthew’s, Westminster – Good Friday Reflection

  Newsletter : St. Matthew’s, Westminster Good Friday 18th April 2014 Good Friday 12.00pm ~ Crucifixion on Victoria Street 2.00pm ~ Solemn Liturgy of Our Lord on the CrossHoly Saturday 10.ooam ~ Morning PrayerEaster Day 6.00am ~ Dawn Mass and Easter Ceremonies 8.00am ~  … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Washes Feet of Women and non-Catholics

Pope Francis washes feet of women and non-Catholics at centre for elderly and disabled 17 April 2014 19:24 by Abigail Frymann, CNS Non-Catholics and women were among the 12 disabled and elderly people whose feet Pope Francis washed and kissed when he … Continue reading

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