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Bishop of Blackburn embraces new technology
THE Church of England in Lancashire is embracing social media in a bid to reach a wider audience.
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Ekklesia Daily News
Tony Benn: the profile of a prophet
From the amount of news coverage on BBC Radio 4 you would have thought that Tony Benn, who died today was a former Prime Minister or head of state.
Christchurch Three Years On: Anglican Cathedral case a lightning rod
It handled the cathedral case on behalf of the Anglican Church. Jared Ormsby, executive chairman of the firm, and lawyer Jeremy Johnson successfully defended the church's decision to deconstruct the cathedral.
We Live in Challenging Times, Where Does Faith Fit In?
Peter Carnley an Archbishop from Australia visiting St. Peters in Morristown, will tackle that one in a series of weekly Lenten lectures starting March 16 and running every Sunday until April 6, from 10 AM - 11 AM at St. Peter's Parish Hall.
Disgraced vicar loses status
The Diocese of Chichester confirmed the status had been withdrawn and the disgraced Anglican clergyman would be known instead as Reverend Rideout.
The Press On-Line
Bishop's attitude to Cathedral 'bizarre'
Nothing would symbolise survival, rebirth and memorial so dramatically as the restoration of the Christ Church Cathedral, writes Philip Burdon The legacy of the earthquake is a devastated and broken city that has shown a brave and determined ambition to recover and rebuild.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Think of the children and revisit Concordat
It is hardly a credit to the cherished Concordat, which from 1960 has regulated co-operation in education between the State and religious boards, that 48 Anglican schools are short of teachers.
Dr. Myles Munroe's Uncharitable Arrogance & Bigotry
In response to comments made by Pope Francis last August concerning judgmentalism towardsgays and lesbians, and recent remarks by Foreign Affairs Minister Fred Mitchell in Trinidad &Tobago on LGBT rights, Bahamas Faith Ministries Pastor Dr. Myles Munroe hasappeared bigoted, ignorant and prejudiced.And, arrogant.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Cambridge Evening News
Special service marks first joint confirmation in Exning
A confirmation service in Exning was the first in the county to bring together two different branches of the Christian faith.
Secularism too fragile a basis for society, English bishop says
London, England, Mar 12, 2014 / 04:05 am .- During an address at his alma mater last week, Bishop Philip Egan of Portsmouth discussed the rise of secularism in Britain and how Christianity in contrast enables greater human flourishing.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Hikoi by Bishop from Stewart Island to Waitaki
The Anglican Bishop of Dunedin will walk, cycle, and travel by train, ferry and helicopter, during a month long hikoi from Stewart Island to the Waitaki Valley.
Silver City Sun-News
Old church in Silver City gets new owner
Old St. Mary's has a new owner, bought by the Anglican Church of the Holy Trinity.
Miami's Community Newspapers
Father Pedro Toledo's spiritual journey comes full circle
History was made this month at St. Louis Catholic Church when Father Pedro Toledo became the first former Anglican priest in the Archdiocese of Miami to be ordained a Roman Catholic under the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter.
Hucknall and Bulwell Dispatch
Fast vicar's speech on food poverty
Well-known Mansfield vicar the Rev Keith Hebden - who is now eight days into a 40-day fast - will be giving a talk on food poverty at Nottingham's St Peter's Church.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Court Declines to Take up Episcopal Church Dispute
The Supreme Court on Monday declined to intervene in a dispute between the Episcopal Church and a conservative northern Virginia congregation that left the denomination in a rift over homosexuality and other issues, ending a seven-year legal battle over a historic church that traces its roots back to George Washington.
Lancashire Evening Post
Bishop backs new app
Lancashire's Bishop, Rt Rev Julian Henderson, has given his backing to a new 'prayer app' from the Church of England which will give people the ability to follow the daily pattern of morning, evening and night prayer in the words of the Anglican liturgy.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Bishop's prayer "that I might have some women colleagues in the College of Bishops next year"
The Bishop of Ely has welcomed the possibility of working alongside women bishops as the Diocese of Ely prepares to put a fresh set of proposals to the vote.
Prayers and pancakes at Wakefield Cathedral for city's starving people
Tasty Shrove Tuesday treats with traditional toppings, were handed out at Wakefield Cathedral to help highlight the work of food banks, including those at St George's Community Centre in Lupset and St Catherine's Church Centre in Agbrigg.
The Northern Echo
Churches urged to support credit union
FULL CREDIT: Tony Brockley of Darlington Credit Union, Angela Gibson, the credit union's churches liaison officer and the Reverend Canon John Dobson, vicar of All Saints Blackwell and Darlington Area Dean.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
This Is Lancashire
Rt Rev. Julian Henderson Bishop of Blackburn
THE Bishop of Blackburn has backed a new 'prayer app' designed to enable people to pray with the aid of their smartphones and tablets.