Monthly Archives: May 2016

Roman posters of Women Priests

Women priest posters put up near St Peter’s Square Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 Latest News Dozens of posters of illicit women priests were plastered in Rome near St Peter’s Square last week in a provocative campaign. Above the image of … Continue reading

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Ancient relic of St Thomas a Becket returns to UK for first time in 800 years

Ancient relic of St Thomas a Becket returns to UK for first time in 800 years Source: Ancient relic of St Thomas a Becket returns to UK for first time in 800 years

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Corpus Christi & Babette’s Feast

Corpus Christi 2016 – Father Philip Chester, St. Matthews’ Westminster Sunday by Sunday we gather at St Matthew’s break bread and share a cup of wine as we celebrate God’s presence among us.  The doors are open so that all may … Continue reading

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SEC slighted at Scots Church Assembly

The Columba Declaration – where are we now? by Kelvin I was present this morning at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland for the Church of Scotland’s acceptance of the Columba Declaration – the agreement that has been made … Continue reading

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Evangelical Protest over ‘S/S Marriage Blessing’

Oxford Clergywoman conducts celebration of same sex marriage – updated May 23, 2016 by Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. The Revd Charlotte Bannister-Parker, 52, is an assistant priest at St Michael and All Angels Summertown in the Diocese of Oxford, and … Continue reading

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Pope Francis & Women Deacons

Mary E. Hunt – ‘Religion Dispatches’  POPE FRANCIS HAS PAINTED HIMSELF INTO A CORNER ON WOMEN DEACONS Talk of Roman Catholic women deacons threatened to push Donald Trump off center stage for a nanosecond. Pope Francis’ seemingly spontaneous remarks in … Continue reading

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SEC to consider Equal Marriage

Scottish Episcopalians consider equal marriage While the [presbyterian] Church of Scotland is due to vote today on whether to allow its ministers to be in same-sex marriages, Harriet Sherwood also reports in the Guardian:Scottish churches push forward on gay rights … Continue reading

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