Saturday, 26 November 2005

columns on Saturday

From the Independent today, Sarah Meyrick interviews John Sentamu
John Sentamu: Pilgrim’s progress

Judith Maltby writes in the Guardian’s Face to Faith column about Advent.

Also in the Guardian Martin Kettle reports on a New York City exhibition on Darwin’s life and work, America is caught in a conflict between science and God.

From the Telegraph The Chinese Marco Polo by Christopher Howse

The Times has material from two Orthodox bishops: Teaching the world to sing in perfect symphonia is a report of a visit to London by the Patriarch of Constantinople. And Bishop Basil of Sergievo writes the Credo column: Our tainted lives are a worthy gift to God, thanks to the Fiat of Mary.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 26 November 2005 at 1:09pm GMT
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Pardon me if I repeat myself, but I am extraordinarily impressed by Archbishop Sentamu! IMHO he is off to an excellent start.

Posted by: Prior Aelred on Sunday, 27 November 2005 at 11:06pm GMT

The total separation of Church and State in France, to which His Holiness the Oecumenical Patriarch refers in his LSE speech, does not prevent a certain degree of political control of episcopal appointments.

Posted by: cbs on Monday, 28 November 2005 at 12:17pm GMT
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