Monthly Archives: December 2015

Is the C. of E. Border-Crossing into Scotland?

Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church comments on Columba Declaration In response to the reported agreement between the Church of England and the Church of Scotland, David Chillingworth, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane, and Primus of the Scottish … Continue reading

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Christmas Message from Glasgow Cathedral Provost

A gorgeous pic and a Christmas Message for the LGBT+ Communities Dear I was asked this year to write a special Christmas message for the LGBT+ communities. It has now been published by Kaleidoscot – an online publication for LGBT … Continue reading

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ACNA and AMIA in Reconciliation Talks

From Archbishop Beach and Joint Statement with Leaders of the Anglican Mission Leaders from the Anglican Church in North America and the Anglican Mission recently met in Atlanta, Georgia, to take steps towards personal reconciliation. From Archbishop Beach Dear Anglican … Continue reading

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Evangelism: maybe talk less, but do more?

Posted: 18 Dec 2015 @ 00:09 It is the quality of Christian witness which matters more than increased conversation about Jesus, argues Mark Hart – ‘CHURCH TIMES’ THE Franciscan epigram “Preach the gospel at all times; where necessary, use words” … Continue reading

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A Christian View of the Syrian Crisis

ON THE ROAD FROM DAMASCUS FREE 17 December 2015 | by Timothy Radcliffe | Comments: 0 Crisis in Syria The bell rang out from the Carmelite monastery in the Syrian mountains between Damascus and Homs. It would be audible to … Continue reading

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Pre-Christmas – Theological convergence?

Home > Europe & Middle East Archbishop of Canterbury welcomes Shia theologians to Lambeth Palace Posted on: December 18, 2015 8:15 AM Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby chats with Shia theologians at Lambeth Palace Photo Credit: Lambeth Palace Related Categories: … Continue reading

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Roman Catholic Theologians call for changes

200 theologians call for fundamental changes in Church Friday, December 18th, 2015 – ‘CATHNEWS’ Two hundred theologians have declared that reform of the Roman Curia must be widened to become reform of the whole Church. The theologians, from throughout the … Continue reading

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