Category Archives: Royal Wedding

Sex & the Single Girl

by Dr Meg Warner, Theologian, Lecturer and Member of General Synod In all of the excitement about that sermon, some of the striking aspects of the royal wedding were perhaps slightly overlooked. The world watched an American divorcée marry into … Continue reading

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Love, Fire and Brimstone Modelled!

by the Revd Dr Lorraine Cavanagh, Author of “Waiting on the Word” and Blogger  A survivor of sexual abuse has been told by Pope Francis that God made him gay and loves him as he is. The Pope does not … Continue reading

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Royal Weddings – A New Evangelism Strategy?

by the Rev Canon Rosie Harper, Chaplain to the Bishop of Buckingham & Member of General Synod  It didn’t come naturally. I’m not a Royalist. However in our little Parish in Great Missenden we hired a large screen TV, plugged … Continue reading

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Royal Wedding – Finding a Voice

by the Revd Canon Prof James Woodward, Principal of Sarum College, Salisbury. I must be amongst a minority of people who did not see the Royal Wedding Saturday. Many months ago we had arranged a day to explore some of … Continue reading

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From Windrush to Windsor: Who Do We Think We Are?

by the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge Pictures:  Junior Green, Windrush victim (left); Rt Revd Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of Episcopal Church of America (right) How much difference just a couple of weeks makes!  Two weeks … Continue reading

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Royal Weddings & Lady Bishops – Time for Change?

by the Revd Dr Hayley Matthews, Director of Lay Training, Diocese of Leeds Pictures: Meghan Markle (left); Very Revd Vivienne Faull, Dean of York (right) Dashing in for long shorts for my son, not wanting to miss a moment of … Continue reading

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