The C of E Newspaper Daily

Antisemitism has rocked Labour’s self-belief | Gaby Hinsliff

theguardian.com - Actually, you’re just like a concentration camp guard. You’re just doing it because you’re paid to, aren’t you?” If you’re Jewish, and live in London, you might dimly recall those words. But if not...

Despite the murals, Belfast is not Bethlehem with rain | Giles Fraser: Loose canon

Shared by David Porter

theguardian.com - The Short Strand housing estate is a fiercely republican enclave in predominantly loyalist east Belfast. In these tightly packed streets, several thousand Catholics hunker down in an area of tens o...

What message is Fox Sports sending women in sports media?

Shared by Jim Naughton

awfulannouncing.com - The online harassment of women is not a new topic of discussion. From the ongoing assaults faced by the women of Gamergate to the everyday trials individual women experience on Twitter, Facebook, R...

'Apologetic' customer finally returns library book due in 1948

telegraph.co.uk - Quite a few of us have dusty old library books hiding under our bed. Perhaps ones we are too embarrassed to return because they were due so long ago. This was definitely the case for one customer o...

International Solar Alliance - Programme “Scaling solar applications for agricultural use” - Ministère de l'Environnement, de l'Energie et de la Mer

Shared by COP21en

developpement-durable.gouv.fr - On 22 April 2016 in New York City, Ministers from Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Uganda, India and France jointly announced under the aegis of the International Solar Allianc...

C of E Newspaper

A Twitter Ticker of the latest religious news headlines from The Church of England Newspaper, the world's oldest religious newspaper, and other news agencies

The Tory plan to reject stranded child refugees has been dealt a massive defeat

Shared by LabourLordsUK

mirror.co.uk - Pressure is mounting on David Cameron to U-turn and save refugee children stranded in Europe after he was dealt a heavy blow in Parliament. Peers defeated the government for a second time after The...

Reality Check: Do we have a say over EU small business regulations? - BBC News

Shared by BBC News (UK)

bbc.co.uk - The claim: Priti Patel says the UK has no say over the amount of regulation coming from the EU. She also says the UK is constantly being outvoted. Reality Check verdict: The UK does have a say over...

All World →

Election expenses: Watchdog requests investigation extension

Shared by Tessa 4 Wells

channel4.com - Following months of investigations by Channel 4 News, the Electoral Commission has requested an extension to the time limit available to pursue possible criminal prosecutions regarding Conservative...

Farron makes pitch to centre left voters – support Lib Dems for good local councillors and effective opposition to Tories

Shared by Ben Rich

libdemvoice.org - At about 8:45, Tim Farron made a flying visit to Alex Cole-Hamilton’s campaign HQ in Edinburgh Western. He did notice that the SNP office next door was  already in darkness. The visit had an additi...

All Politics →

Be open to the surprises of the Holy Spirit, Pope Francis advises

catholicnewsagency.com - Vatican City, Apr 28, 2016 / 10:23 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In his homily Thursday Pope Francis stressed the need to be open to the novelty of the Holy Spirit, by discerning new movements and direction...

Prince death: Search warrant issued at musician's home - BBC News

Shared by BBC News (UK)

bbc.co.uk - A search warrant was obtained in relation to the home of Prince shortly after he died, court documents show. The musician's Minneapolis home and recording studio, Paisley Park, was searched on 21 A...

All Art & Entertainment →

Pope Francis tells teens 'happiness is not an app you can download'

Shared by Church Army

theguardian.com - Teenagers will not find happiness by downloading a smartphone app or acting like a movie star, Pope Francis has said as part of the Vatican’s weekend celebration of young people. “Your happiness ha...

Apartheid heroes honoured for their peace and justice work

anglicannews.org - [ACNS, by Gavin Drake] The Archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba, has honoured a number of pioneers in the fight for justice in South Africa by bestowing on them the Archbishop’s Award for Peace w...

All Stories →

African joy in the gospel: the Anglican Consultative Council in Zambia

Shared by Graham Kings

livingchurch.org - It was a great joy to be in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia, for the first week of the sixteenth meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council from April 8, 2016. I was invited as a consultant and as ...

Mission Theology In The Anglican Communion- Graham Kings ACC 16 Lusaka - Interweavings No 8 April 2016

Shared by Graham Kings
All #acclusaka →
This site uses cookies for an optimal experience. We also allow third party cookies by trusted partners. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To learn more and disable some specific cookies, check our Privacy policy →