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Catholic – or Christian?

Last week I stopped off, mid-morning, to have a cup of coffee in Wimbledon. The cheerful waitress asked me if I was a Catholic priest. Then she went on to tell me that she was a Catholic, but her friend … Continue reading

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A reminiscence of Margaret Street

There is concern about a school in Birmingham which, it is asserted, is being targeted by Muslim extremists. A teacher was quoted, earlier in the week, saying that “there is some gender segregation in religious assemblies”. About fifty years ago … Continue reading

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I vow to thee my country

The unravelling of the relationship between the Church and the State in Britain has accelerated rapidly in the last thirty years. But the process has been going on rather longer than we care to remember. I don’t mean that disestablishment … Continue reading

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