Saturday, 14 May 2005

weekend columns

Christopher Howse in the Telegraph writes about Corpus Christi processions in England in Stepping on sweet herbs.

Roderick Strange writes about Pentecost in Fire of the spirit enlivens and forges bonds. Also in The Times Nick Wyke writes about Christian Aid Week in The collectors who believe in life before death.

Obituaries of Hugh Montefiore are in all the newspapers:
The Times

Elsewhere, this lengthy (40 page)article, A Personal View of Anglican Uniatism, available only as PDF file, by Aidan Nichols, has attracted some attention.

Mark Harris has written for the Witness about moratoria, in Roses among the Thorns: The African Anglican Bishops’ Communiqué.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 14 May 2005 at 10:47am BST
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Further to the obituaries on Hugh Montefiore, I remember him preaching on ecology and against Concorde. The vicar tactfully omitted the Second Collect in Morning Prayer: 'O God, the author peace and lover of concord...'

Posted by: Graham Kings on Saturday, 14 May 2005 at 2:06pm BST
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