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Jim Macdonald writes about Victory to the People. “Those who love sausage and the scriptures shouldn’t watch either of them being made.”

Antonia Honeywell has A Cautionary Tale for Justin Welby.

Peter Barron explains how the Northern Echo covered the announcement of the new Bishop of Durham: Breaking news – on the school run.

Janet Henderson blogs about Boy Bishops, Women and Outsiders and Lessons for the Church of England.

Jonathan Clatworthy writes for Modern Church about Liberals on the move.

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Rod Gillis
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Thanks so much for Antonia Honeywell’s “Cautionary Tale for Justin Welby”, a cautionary tale for the rest of us as well. It may be cautionary, but it’s a hopeful tale. It gives one hope that some day our church will get past the pro and con encyclicals
of competing pontifices and synods, and that a common sense consensus fidelium will bring peace with justice within our walls.

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Antonia Honeywell’s Letter to Archbishop Welby was well-founded. What surprised me was the fact that the ‘Christian’ psycho-therapist – who had been dismissed from her post as a result of illegally guaranteeing the ‘cure’ of a homosexual man – was allowed to harangue a worshipping congregation at a family service about her conviction that homosexuals are ‘evil’. Furthermore, until she was interrupted by Mrs Honeywell, she wanted to encourage the congregation to pray for the overturning of her conviction! What, in heaven’s name, was the parish priest thinking of – to invite, or even allow, such an interruption to ‘Divine… Read more »

John
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John

Antonia Honeywell’s is a heartening piece. Important that as many of us ‘heterosexuals’ as possible should say loud and clear: ‘not in our name’.

Cynthia
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Cynthia

“God’s best plan? Who knows a thing about God’s best plan? Isn’t that just to love our neighbours as ourselves? To judge not, lest we be judged? If we do anything other than that, we are buying into the very discrimination and bigotry we claim to abhor.”

Just awesome!

Old Father William
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Old Father William

I agree with Fr. Ron about the unsuitability of allowing such an address in church. In my experience, psychotherapists who make a point of billing themselves as “Christian” can cause a lot of mischief.

Helen
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Helen

Antonia Honeywell speaks more sense and with more Christian compassion than the entire House of Bishops put together.