Monthly Archives: September 2018

Is Good Disagreement Possible in the C.of E?

by Jayne Ozanne, Editor of ViaMedia.News and Director of the Ozanne Foundation This is the question that I presume many within the Church – particularly the College of Bishops, which met last week – are currently debating and asking. As many know, … Continue reading

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Bishop of Liverpool and Christian Hospitality

“Welcome to My Church!” Posted on September 27, 2018by Jayne Ozanne by the Rt Revd Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool  When I was a Team Vicar, 25 years ago or so, my church had a car park. Arriving at church on my day … Continue reading

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Issues in Clarity v. Hypocrisy

Bishops – Please Show Us Your Workings Posted on September 23, 2018by Jayne Ozanne by the Revd Canon Giles Goddard, Former Chair of the Human Sexuality Group on General Synod I am glad to have among my friends several candidates for ordination, currently … Continue reading

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Pope Pleads for the Marginalised – Latvian Visit

Francis in Latvia: Catholics should stand with those excluded from society Sep 24, 2018 by Joshua J. McElwee – World This article appears in the Francis in the Baltics feature series. View the full series. 20180924T0500-7-CNS-POPE-LATVIA c.jpg Pope Francis attends an ecumenical prayer service at the … Continue reading

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Pope Francis – Challenge to the Mafiosi

Pope tells Sicily’s mafia ‘You cannot believe in God and be mafiosi’ Pontiff visited Palermo to commemorate Pino Puglisi, a priest murdered in 1993 Reuters – ‘GUARDIAN’ – Sat 15 Sep 2018 19.50 BST  Pope Francis during his one-day visit to Sicily. Photograph: … Continue reading

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St.Matthew, Pope Francis and ‘a gaze of mercy’

Pope Francis and Caravaggio’s ‘The Calling of St. Matthew’ share a gaze of mercy Sep 21, 2018 by Nancy Enright – ‘National Catholic Reporter’  Calling St. Matthew c.jpg Detail of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, “The Calling of St. Matthew” (1599-1600), Contarelli … Continue reading

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Jean Vanier – How to Become More Human

CathNews NZ and Asia Pacific Ten rules of life to become more human Monday, September 17th, 2018 Jean Vanier, the founder of L’Arche communities, turned 90 last week. And on the occasion of the Sept. 10 milestone, he decided to share a … Continue reading

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