Sunday, 13 July 2014

General Synod - Sunday press

John Bingham The Telegraph First women bishops could be appointed by Christmas
Churches will use Magna Carta anniversary to ‘reassert Britain’s Christian heritage’

BBC Women bishops: Archbishop Welby ‘hopeful’ on vote

Press Association (in the Mail Online) Baptism Services May Omit ‘Devil’

Peter Stanford The Telegraph Will Jane Hedges be the C of E’s first woman bishop?

Posted by Peter Owen on Sunday, 13 July 2014 at 2:17pm BST | TrackBack
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Hmmph. Better Britain's churches work on reasserting their OWN Christian heritage!

Posted by: JCF on Sunday, 13 July 2014 at 10:10pm BST

Oh good. I look forward to seeing our bishops issuing thoughtful public statements on the restoration of disseised Welshmen and the need to avoid placing fishing-weirs in the Queen's waterways. The thirteenth-century defence of the rights of the Anglo-Norman baronial class is clearly the best way to show that the church is down with the kids. Perhaps there should also be an urgent debate in synod over the official stance of the C of E on the wars of Stephen and Matilda, an issue on which we have clearly been too silent for much too long.

Posted by: rjb on Monday, 14 July 2014 at 1:54am BST
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