There is simply no doubt that Fr Simon Rundell is the leading exponent of alternative worship in the Church of England as this video of the weekend’s Eucharist demonstrates. This one has a rock feel to it.
Over at the Twurch we interviewed Simon earlier in the year. You can listen to that conversation . . . → Read More: Blessed Mass@Home from Greenbelt 2011
News today that the Status Quo in place in the Church of Scotland while in undertakes a two year study into what to do about clergy in same-sex relationships is being stretched.
A FEMALE minister has shocked her congregation by revealing she has a girlfriend and plans to marry her. One Church of Scotland elder has . . . → Read More: Kirk Status Quo Tested
Do you remember this from a few days ago?
Now, 34 days and 18 hours after taking me off the payroll, this finally comes through the door.
And you know what folks, if I hadn’t pointed out that they hadn’t sent me one, I would still be missing it.
. . . → Read More: Success!!!
There’s more, much more, on the superb “Right to Know” website.
Back in the days of the Soviet Union, the official organ of the Communist Party was the newspaper Pravda, famed for its parroting of the party line and its interesting take on veracity and accurate reporting.
Now two decades later we have the wonderful output of the Church Times which reports on the meeting of . . . → Read More: Church Times goes all Pravda
A very interesting test case is coming up in the USA around the recognition of same-sex marriage.
As you might recall, two weeks ago a stage collapsed at the Indiana State Fair, killing a number of people. An awful moment and our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of those involved. But . . . → Read More: Interesting Marriage Equality Case in the US