Monthly Archives: November 2016

“Absolute is NOT fabulous!”

by the Very Revd Dr David Ison, Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral  The last Sunday in November is dedicated to Christ the King. It’s a recent commemoration, started very deliberately by Pope Pius XI in 1925 to recall Christians to … Continue reading

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Are Your Ears Burning…?

by Jayne Ozanne, Editor of ViaMedia.News It’s a strange thing, being talked about. The House of Bishops meets this week to do just that…to talk about “us” LGBTI Christians. They do so without one openly gay or transgender bishop in … Continue reading

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Time to Cultivate Your Garden?

by the Revd Canon Simon Butler, Prolocutor of Canterbury Autumn is not the most rewarding time for gardening, especially if (like me), it’s the last thing you want to do at the best of times. Fortunately, my parents have recently … Continue reading

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“Monks & Nuns of the Marrying Kind…”

by the Rt Revd Dr David Walker, Bishop of Manchester                 Given the Latin title, Via Media, of this site, it seems appropriate to be typing my latest contribution from Rome. I’ve just … Continue reading

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The Making of Beautiful Women

by the Revd Hayley Matthews, Rector and member of the National Executive for UNITE representing the Faithworkers’ Branch The Rt Rev. the Lord Bishop of Gloucester, Rachel Treweek has delighted many of us recently with her campaign to speak out about … Continue reading

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