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New term names at London School of Economics

The names Michaelmas term, the Christmas break, Lent term, Easter break, seem to come to an end when more schools shall come to follow the London School of Economics.

Anglo-Saxon era church bringing the church into disrepute

A rainbow-coloured flag is put around an altar flag though it contradicts the teaching of the Church of England.

Gay people in the Church of England

The Church of England still dares not see its true face and be open to people who feel different from the majority.

Governments, media and people clashing over gender issues

For parents, thefeeling of their children that they are in the wrong body is much harder to grasp and to deal with than for outsiders, who are even less able to understand parents when they want to deal with their children’s feelings, circumspectly.

Those rejecting divine laws, following the Antichrist

The ‘antichrist’ existed in the apostolic period and it was, and still is, to continue until it is destroyed by Jesus when he returns.

Seraphim Rose: “to be Christian is to be crucified”

Originally posted on Dover Beach:
. “Let not us, who would be Christians, expect anything else from it than to be crucified, For to be Christian is to be crucified, in this time and in any time since Christ came for the first time. His life is the example—and warning—to us all. We must be…

If God is so good, then why do bad things happen?

Dan Foster looking at how the church makes hurting people hurt more and how all religions are confronted with the same dilemma about suffering.

Benedict spent his life seeking the face of Jesus

There is no doubt that Benedict XVI’s pontificate has been characterized by his magisterium more than by his governance.

The Telegraph Frontpage for the last day of 2022

Good morning. Rishi Sunak has brought back Covid travel rules for the first time since all restrictions were lifted in February, with travellers from China required to have negative Covid tests. Meanwhile, four of the Lionesses who won England’s first international football trophy since 1966 have received New Year Honours for their services to football,Continue reading “The Telegraph Frontpage for the last day of 2022”