Ruth is reporting that the “Clergy Consultation Group” Eucharist went ahead in London at a secret location.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, today presided at a ‘secret’ eucharist for the Clergy Consultation, as we reported that he would back in September. He gave a talk on ‘present realities and future possibilities for lesbians . . . → Read More: Secret Communion Goes Ahead
…when first we practice to deceive. (As I discussed on Tuesday)
The London Evening Standard is reporting rumours that are flying around that the Benn deputy leadership campaign was offered and turned down illegal funding organised by Jon Mendelsohn. Which would explain why Baroness Jay is being so tight-lipped.
“We were approached by Mendelsohn. He . . . → Read More: Oh what a tangled web we weave…
If only Huckabee had some good web banners (help anybody?), I’d stick one up on the site. If you’re in the US (or follow US politics) you don’t want to miss the best joke of the campaign so far. Hat-tip Mike E.
Once you’ve finished chuckling, here’s Mike on Creation / Evolution:
. . . → Read More: “Spent money like John Edwards at a Beauty Shop”
Our child is 17 weeks old.
Your baby is now nearly 5.5 inches/ 13 centimetres long from crown to rump and weighs approximately 5 ounces/ 140 grams. Her skeleton is mostly rubbery cartilage, which will harden later. A protective substance called myelin slowly begins to wrap around the spinal cord.
With the help of a . . . → Read More: 17 Weeks
You couldn’t make it up could you?
The Royal Commonwealth Society is at the centre of an embarrassing row after it barred a well-known Roman Catholic commentator from attacking intolerance towards Christians at its annual carol service.
Cristina Odone, the former deputy editor of the New Statesman, was to be one of the “celebrity readers” . . . → Read More: Welcome to the non-religious Christmas Carol Service
Guido sums it up so well:
Hilary Benn turned down £5000 for his deputy leadership campaign after Margaret Jay told him the cash from Janet Kidd was on behalf of David Abrahams. He insisted the cash should come from Mr Abrahams himself. Gordon Brown also turned down £5000 for his campaign, so presumably his campaign . . . → Read More: Harriet Harman must be finished