I’ve disabled comment editing for the moment as it seems to be playing up. You will still be able to write comments, you just won’t be able to change them if you make a mistake!!!
Also, thanks for all the comments on the forum. For the moment we’ll park the idea and see what else . . . → Read More: Small Technical Note
The more observant of you today (30th January) will notice that the site has up a picture of Charles I and the collect for today. It reads:
King of kings and Lord of lords, whose faithful servant Charles prayed for those who persecuted him and died in the living hope of your eternal kingdom: grant . . . → Read More: Why Charles and why a martyr?
Clause 58 of the 2009 Coroners and Justice Bill will go to committee next week, on the 3rd till the 5th of February. As yet there are no dates for the Report stage or the Lords first and second readings, so until those come out we won’t get a look at the exact words of . . . → Read More: Clause 58 – Commons Committee
A few days ago, Stand Firm covered the story that the Diocese of Virginia had voted to introduce a liturgy for the blessing of same-sex unions. This is the text of the specific resolution:
R-4a Integrity of Committing Relationships
RESOLVED, that the Diocese of Virginia recognizes our responsibility to respond to the pastoral needs of . . . → Read More: The Virginia Same-Sex Blessing Liturgy
The Commons amendments to the 2009 C&J Bill are now online (and are totally boring and normal). No sign yet of the Lords amendments.
Have a look at this. Good idea? Bad idea? Any suggestions?