Monthly Archives: December 2018

King’s College, Cambridge, prepares for Christmas

King’s College Cambridge choir prepares for live Christmas broadcast This year’s A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols will mark 100 years since the service began Stephen Moss Fri 21 Dec 2018 14.03 GMTLast modified on Fri 21 Dec 2018 19.13 GMT  Stephen Cleobury … Continue reading

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Brexit and Isolationism

Brexit alternatives proposed by MPs and peers by HATTIE WILLIAMS  18 DECEMBER 2018 – CHURCH TIMES PA Steven Bray, an anti-Brexit campaigner, outside the gates of the Houses of Parliament in Westminster on 18 December RELIGIOUS leaders, including a former archbishop, have … Continue reading

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“Enjoy But Don’t Inhale!”

Posted on December 13, 2018by Jayne Ozanne by the Revd Canon Rosie Harper, Chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham and Member of General Synod The past few weeks in the church where I work there have seen some of the largest numbers … Continue reading

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Theology of Taint in the Church of England?

London PCC’s criteria for accepting a bishop went too far, Sir William Fittall decides byMADELEINE DAVIES 14 DECEMBER 2018 – CHURCH TIMES PA The Archbishop of Canterbury at the consecration of Bishop Mullally (left) and the Bishop of Gloucester, the … Continue reading

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Con/Evos protest at openness to Trans-gender Recognition

Church of England crosses red line as it blesses “genital mutilation” December 12, 2018 – Jules Gomes Conservatives in the Church of England have expressed shock and outrage after the House of Bishops led by a senior evangelical bishop have authorised … Continue reading

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Gender Transition Rite in the C. of E.

Guidance for gender transition services published New guidance for parishes planning services to help transgender people mark their transition has been published by the Church of England. The pastoral guidance, which will be incorporated into Common Worship*, encourages clergy to be … Continue reading

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Peer Pressure on LGBT+ People?

Are Christians Guilty of Exerting Peer Pressure to Make People “Fit In”? Posted on December 10, 2018by Jayne Ozanne by the Very Revd Dr David Ison, Dean of St Paul’s and Vice-Chair of the Ozanne Foundation All of us want to ‘fit in’, … Continue reading

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