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coen_04-06-2019_frontpage We lead this week with the inquiry into the Grenfell disaster led by the Bishop of Kensington, the Rt Rev Graham Tomlin. His report, as we detail on the front page, found a sense of exclusion from those affected by the fire. We also report on the front page about the latest developments in […]
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A NEW report on the Grenfell fire from Bishop Graham Tomlin reveals that the community ‘felt excluded from decisions that affected the details of their lives’. The Bishop of Kensington hosted a series of conversations with local residents, community groups, faith leaders, activists and others from late last year until earlier this year. Bishop Tomlin […]
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TWO-THIRDS of churches have five or fewer young people in their worshipping community, according to a survey by the Allchurches Trust. Over 40 per cent admit their provision for young people is ‘inadequate’. A poll of more than 800 churches has shown that more than two-thirds have five or fewer young people in their worshipping […]
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THE BISHOP of Bath and Wells, Peter Hancock, the Church’s lead safeguarding bishop, said that a research report on child sexual abuse in religious institutions, including the Anglican Church, published by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse is ‘disturbing’. One of the report’s key findings includes that those sexually abused in religious institutions were […]
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GOOGLE has been criticised after it took more than 16 hours to respond to concerns that an email address used by the Anglican Communion was being used fraudulently. The email address, used by the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, was used by fraudsters to ask targets to buy iTunes gift cards. A spokesman said: […]
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THE DIOCESE of Ely is collaborating on a three-year project to help communities make fuller use of their historic churches. REACH Ely (Re-imagining Churches as Community Assets for the Common Good) is implemented by the Diocese of Ely and Cambridge Judge Business School with the support of Allchurches Trust and Historic England. Dr Timur Alexandrov, Research […]
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By Brian Cooper   Ultra-right populist parties in three European states, each with ‘defending Europe’s Christian civilisation’ as a key policy platform, won major victories in the recent EU elections. The appeal by ruling conservative-nationalist parties in Poland, Hungary and Italy to traditional Christian voters — mostly but not entirely Catholic – appears to have […]
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It is one of the great attributes of a free society that people have the lawful right to peacefully protest. And that is why we should tolerate the carnival of protest, including the ‘baby Trump’ blimp, which greeted Donald Trump this week. The Bishop of Liverpool, Paul Bayes, this week welcomed those protests but added […]
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  “Do you… renounce the devil and all his works, the pomps and vanity of this wicked world, and all the sinful lusts of the flesh, so that ye will not follow nor be led by them?” This question from the 1928 prayer book (or a similar form of words) will be familiar to many […]
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THE HOME Office has commissioned a review to investigate the way asylum claims based on religious grounds and LGBT+ are assessed. According to the Home Secretary, the Home Office has been working closely with the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for International Freedom of Religion or Belief and the Asylum Advocacy Group (AAG) to help improve […]
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