Category Archives: Church Teaching

Gavin's next final warning must go to Lee Cain & Boris Johnson


This article from todays Times is calling for a group of Independent Charities (Universities) to offer freedom of speech and freedom of listening on their premises. This is clearly a challenge as not only may this need to apply to … Continue reading

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Bright Saturday follows Black Friday


The departure from the EU was celebrated in many locations and commiserated in many others. The annual tradition of Good or Black Friday (this year due on 10th April) is followed by Bright Saturday and then on Sunday the destruction … Continue reading

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Ignoring the checks and balances now may cost us a great deal later on!


When the Government recently won an election with such a majority of seats (although not so many votes) it was always a risk that they would quickly inhabit a position of arrogance. Unfortunately their decision to ignore the various checks … Continue reading

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Johnson and Welby have both made sensible requests


Becoming friends with people, either for the first time or indeed reconnecting with people after falling out with them makes a great deal of sense at the beginning of the year. The call from Justin Welby yesterday to take up … Continue reading

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Three high profile men whose words seem consistent


Today on Facebook this image of the Pope’s 2019 Crucifix has been circulating where he has replaced the body of Christ with the image of a refugee lifejacket, with this leader of the Roman Catholic Church stating that every refugee … Continue reading

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Has the Office of the Chief Rabbi overstepped the line?


Four months can be described as an enormous time in politics and there are many other examples where it is a long period, on the other hand there are many cases where four months is a very short time. Clearly … Continue reading

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Lets stop Politicians from arranging Peerages and find a new mechanism!


The news that the Tory Party had offered 8 members of the Brexit Party a Peerage in an attempt to stop them putting candidates into Tory constituencies is hardly a shock, although 8 Peers to a Party that has only … Continue reading

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