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Ruth’s new blog

Ruth’s new blog

Ruth Gledhill, who staffs the religion desk at the The Times has long been a source of news about the Anglican Communion and the Church of England. Sadly much of her reporting is now locked up behind a paywall so that we can’t link to it (and send her readers she deserves). But she’s just started a personal blog.

She writes:

“This blog will be different. It is linked to my personal webpage. It will be a place for reflections on life as a working mum, as a parent of a chorister, as a breeder of Ragdoll cats, as an Anglican churchgoer, as a photographer of flowers, as a singer and classical guitar player.”

Go take a look here.

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