Monthly Archives: June 2021

Making Ourselves ‘Other’

Posted on June 15, 2021 by Jayne Ozanne by the Very Revd Nicholas Henshall, Dean of Chelmsford It is a privilege to respond to the Via Media series of moving and challenging reflections on LGBT+ Christians experience of the Church and the wider implications of that experience … Continue reading

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Bishop David Walker (Manchester) on ‘Conversion Therapy’

I proffer this latest update on the Church of England’s debate on ‘Conversion Therapy’, which claims to be the ‘answer’ to the supposed ‘problem’ of a person’s gender/sexuality status being different from the binary ‘norm’. Bishop David is a wel’known … Continue reading

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Conversion Therapy – a godly exercise?

Trigger Warning! Posted on June 8, 2021 by Jayne Ozanne by the Venerable Peter Leonard, Archdeacon of the Isle of Wight and Chair of OneBodyOneFaith Have you noticed how often this warning appears on social media posts or blogs in recent years? A … Continue reading

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“Another Way is Possible….”

Posted on June 5, 2021 by Jayne Ozanne by the Revd Nick Bundock, Team Rector of St James & Emmanuel, Didsbury I just want you to re-read that phrase again because it’s really important. Another way is possible.  I’m able to say that … Continue reading

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N.C.R. Challenges U.S.Bishops to Deny Communion to the President

Editorial: Why we support the bishops’ plan to deny Communion to Biden Jun 3, 2021by NCR Editorial StaffOpinionPeopleVaticanThis article appears in the Bishops, Biden and Communion feature series. View the full series. President Joe Biden waves as he departs Holy Trinity Catholic Church April … Continue reading

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Richard Rohr, a Franciscan take on Doubt & Faith

Richard Rohr’s Daily Meditation From the Center for Action and Contemplation Week Twenty-Two: An Evolving Faith An Evolving Faith Includes Doubt In my mind, one of the markers of an evolving faith is an ability to integrate doubt—to hold the … Continue reading

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Joy Cowley – on Ecumenical Relationships

CathNews NZ Pacific The tree of Abraham Monday, May 31st, 2021 It is a blessing to have a Pope who sees a world of religious multiplication rather than religious division. Many of us grew up in an era of “We … Continue reading

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