Monthly Archives: November 2013

A N Wilson brings realism, sadness – and a little hope

The newspapers have just loved Dr George Carey’s recent intervention over the future of the Church of England. But of note is the article by A N Wilson in the Daily Telegraph, occasioned by the Carey sermon. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/10460230/Lord-Careys-vision-for-the-Church-might-kill-it-off.html. I suggest that … Continue reading

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November seems to be the month for the Church of England (or at least its General Synod) to make momentous decisions. By the end of the day we shall probably have heard that its members have voted in sufficient majority … Continue reading

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Remembrance Sunday 2013

Northern France, which I have come to know well over the years, is dotted with the cemeteries of the First World War.  The great memorial  at Thiepval to the dead of the Somme battles, rises atop the ridge – sixteen … Continue reading

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