Monthly Archives: October 2016

More Tea, Vicar?

by Jayne Ozanne, Editor of ViaMedia.News and Appointed Member of the Archbishops’ Council (1999 – 2004)        “You’ve asked the wrong people!” I still remember the silence that fell in the Archbishop’s Council after the comment from one … Continue reading

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“Calm Down Dear…” – Love and Anger in the Church

By the Rt Revd Paul Bayes,  Bishop of Liverpool “That’s what politics is about, Philip; love and anger.” Neil Kinnock to Philip Gould, 1992 “That constant humiliation to survive. If you’re not angry about it, what kind of person are … Continue reading

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A Question of Character?

by Jayne Ozanne, Editor of ViaMedia.News I must admit I am worried – really worried. There appears to be some deep malaise at the heart of Western politics, which many appear to recognise and yet few know how to diagnose … Continue reading

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The Divine Act of Being Visible

by the Revd Jody Stowell, Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, Harrow Weald Ever since I was little, I have had the paradoxical desire both to be ‘part of the crowd’ and to be ‘the centre of attention’.  I … Continue reading

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