Category Archives: Church Teaching

Housing for young people


The following article focuses on the crisis in Youth Homelessness and the need for powerful advocates, it is published this morning in The Argus newspaper: There are few people who have the privilege of living in a Palace, particularly one … Continue reading

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The week ahead


I suspect that most people view today as the end of last week, but people of a certain age and tradition may well see today as the first day of next week. That tradition includes but is not exclusive to … Continue reading

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The cruel sea


The relief experienced by residents on the East coast in places such as Jaywick, Mistley and West Mersea when the high tides on Friday night did not cause damage is hard for many of us to fully appreciate. Sussex is … Continue reading

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Homelessness in Brighton & Hove


The following is my blog for today and was also published this morning in the weekend Argus in the Guest slot: Our Government is currently facing challenges on so many levels that it is something of a surprise when they … Continue reading

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A strange start to the New Year


I am pleased to say that despite my own advancing years I am rarely invited to attend funerals or celebration events for people who have died. However on the first working day (for most people) of 2017 I was involved … Continue reading

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Why do Politicians spoil Christmas?


Last Christmas I posted a blog about the seasonal message from David Cameron as Prime Minister. As I pointed out there was little wrong with the message itself, however coming from a man who had overseen five years of the … Continue reading

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An important intervention


The sight of an American Church Pastor shutting up one of the two Presidential hopefuls as they launched into an attack on their opponent is something that will go down in history as one of the most significant interventions in … Continue reading

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