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Photo of St Mary’s, Newington In a BBC video, the Revd Cannon Giles Fraser talks about the high cost of securing the steeple for St
Still from video by Caroline Wyatt, who interviewed Muslim women to ask them about their experiences. Islamophobic attacks have soared in Britain, rising by 70%
Newsweek has just published a somewhat prickly interview with Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury, by Robert Chalmers, touching on questions of prayer (“Prayer isn’t a
Adrian Chiles, a British Catholic, undertook an unusual Lenten discipline: he vowed to attend church every day for 46 days, and never the same church twice. What he planned to be a struggle surprised him as a positive, uplifting experience instead.
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