MY PLEA: Bishop of Whitby, the Rt Revd
Robert Ladds, left, addresses the service at St Agnes' Church Pictures by DAVE CHARNLEY; HEALING: Church members, above, welcomed the public apology
Co-organiser the Revd
Susie Thorp, Priest in Charge, Doxford St Wilfrid, said: "This is a different way to tell a very familiar story, linking it to what it means to us today, because Jesus' story of his journey to the cross was 2000 years ago and so what we hoped to do, was to show how relevant it still is today.
Among those who also took part in the day were the Anglican Bishop of Jarrow the Right Revd
Mark Bryant and the Right Revd
Seamus Cunningham, the Catholic bishop of Hexham and Newcastle.
VAL ROWLANDS, CATHEDRAL CHAPLAIN Religious Education has an important part to play in preparing children to be citizens of our time.
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John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry, said: "This will be the second time in only a few short months since we welcomed our Roman Catholic brothers and sisters for a Catholic Mass here.
Ogle told the Birmingham Post: "We'd like more to be working to help people understand the values we live and work by and what makes life worthwhile.
One minor point: clergymen should be referred to as 'the Revd
Mr Petersen' and not, 'Revd
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Frank White, Assistant <BBishop of Newcastle, with his wife the Revd
Canon Alison White, Bishop Designate of Hull
Trainees Tom Bates and Rhun ap Robert, along with their lecturer Revd
Stephen Adams, are travelling by bike from St David's to St Asaph.
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Mark Bryant, Bishop of Jarrow, appears alongside The Right Revd
Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, in Why Wouldn't You?
Ogle said: "We'd like more to be working to help people understand the values we live and work by and what makes life worthwhile.
Brenda, Arthur and family wish to express their sincere thanks to the Revd
AN evening drinks reception was hosted by The Rt Revd
Dr Christopher Cocksworth, Bishop of Coventry and his wife, Charlotte to celebrate the work of the Heart of England Community Foundation.
The Lichfield, Describing the outcome as a "bitter blow" The Bishop of Lichfield, The Rt Revd
Jonathan Gledhill, said: "This is a very unwelcome result.
Andrew John The Bishop of Bangor So, football isn't coming home after all and as the English FA lick their wounds we can only stand back and acknowledge that Putin played a blinder.