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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.

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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.


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.