Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Sacramental Link between SEC and TEC

Independence, Boldness, and Persistence: The Rev Canon Dr Chuck Robertson reflects on the links between TEC and the SEC by the Rev Canon Dr C K Robertson, honorary canon of St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Aberdeen Robert Kilgour, Arthur Petrie, and John Skinner … Continue reading

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‘ADVENT Theme’ in the Secular Press

Advent: When does it start, what happens, and what’s it all about? James Baldock for Metro.co.ukMonday 27 Nov 2017 4:09 pm Advent is a word that gets thrown around every year, but rarely do we actually stop and think about what … Continue reading

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Called to be Saints – in our infinite diversity

Holiness: not one size fits all Monday, November 27th, 201 – CATHNEWS.NZ Have you ever noticed that things marked “one size fits all” rarely do? “One size fits all” is simply not the way humanity works. We’re all quite different, … Continue reading

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Feast of Christ The King

NOVEMBER 24, 2017 BY ALIGHTBOWN Speaking of despots and of kings This Sunday the Church of England celebrates the festival of Christ the King. Earlier in the week one of thee world’s ‘great’ despots, Robert Mugabe, ‘resigned.’ Mugabe may not have been a … Continue reading

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C. of E. Still Alive and Kicking – in the Parishes

In praise of the Parish Church as a Place of Glory & Grace Yesterday, on Twitter, I noted a fascinating conversation between Madeleine Davies of The Church Times, Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool, and Andrew Graystone, broadcaster and theologian. It was … Continue reading

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Cambridge Colleges provide LGBTQ Support

Cambridge University colleges hold new chapel services for gay and transgender Christians in a bid to be more inclusive King’s, Trinity and St John’s colleges are holding new inclusive sermons  Revd Andrew Hammond of King’s wants LGBT Christians to ‘encounter … Continue reading

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Zimbabwe ecstatic as Mugabe admits defeat

●President’s resignation marks end of 37-year rule    ●Exiled former deputy flies in to take office Aislinn Laing | Jan Raath | Harry Davies,  Harare November 22 2017, 12:01am, The Times Jubilant Zimbabweans poured on to the streets of Harare yesterday to celebrate … Continue reading

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