Cast announced today.
When the stained glass ceiling cracked.’ Cover of this week’s Tablet on #womenbishops
The Rev Paul Cowley of HTB Queen’s Gate talks about his MBE
'God did a real number on me'
Published 21 June 2014 Christian Today
About four years ago, one of the few passersby who dropped into Butterfield’s enormous neo-Gothic barn of a church is St Augustine’s on a prime piece of real estate in Queen’s Gate, South Kensington, would have witnessed an extraordinary sight.
Hour after hour, standing at the altar, they would have seen an ex-offender with startling blue eyes, a shock of wavy brown hair and a face that has clearly ‘lived’ a little, practising the complex rituals and liturgy of a 34-page High Mass that owes more to 20th-century Rome than his own Church of England, until he knew every step by heart……
A leading woman priest in the Church of England has spoken out in favour changing the law to allow assisted dying. Canon Rosie Harper, vicar of Great Missenden and chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham, said she supports Lord Falconer’s Assisted Dying Bill which receives its second reading in the House of Lords on July 18. Her position directly contradicts that of the Church of England, which has argued consistently for no change in the law.
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Interview by Ruth Gledhill
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Ready for the off! http://events.gosh.org/site/TR?px=1058181&fr_id=1090&pg=personal #raceforthekids #gosh #greatormondstreet (at Battersea Park)
New research suggests religious people are more generous
Remarkably for a work that premiered in 1762, Christoph Gluck’s opera Orpheus and Eurydice remains beautifully accessible, particularly in the intimate setting of one of central London’s earliest t…