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Daily Telegraph
I was driven out of my beloved church by its homophobic congregation"As good Christians, she said, we needed to understand how widespread the evil
I was driven out of my beloved church by its homophobic congregation
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 minutes ago
"As good Christians, she said, we needed to understand how widespread the evil of homosexuality is becoming, how insidious its hold, how terrible in its consequences" The guest introduced herself as a Christian psychotherapist (a therapist coming... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Labour, social activism and God in East Ham Rev Quentin Peppiat at St Mary Magdalene Church in East Ham New Labour’s med
Labour, social activism and God in East Ham
Newham Recorder / Posted an hour ago
Rev Quentin Peppiat at St Mary Magdalene Church in East Ham New Labour’s media handler Alastair Campbell famously stifled Tony Blair’s Catholic zeal mid-interview, telling his boss: “We don’t do... Read more
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dna
India is fighting the gender equality battle with a new, candid languageThe feminist movement in India has often been accused of being westernised, lef
India is fighting the gender equality battle with a new, candid language
dna / Posted 10 hours ago
The feminist movement in India has often been accused of being westernised, leftist, overly aggressive and distinctly anti-men. The discourse about women’s empowerment has, therefore, been circumscribed by this image. The image in some people’s... Read more
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J Weekly
Natan Sharansky, Michael Douglas make for an odd couple in talk at StanfordA Hollywood star and a refusenik turned Israeli political leader sat down last
Natan Sharansky, Michael Douglas make for an odd couple in talk at Stanford
J Weekly / Posted 12 hours ago
A Hollywood star and a refusenik turned Israeli political leader sat down last week at Stanford University to discuss anti-Semitism, a rising hostility toward Israel on college campuses and the role identity has played in each man’s Jewish... Read more
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birminghammail
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 11That’s all for our live news updates today. Andy Richardson will be bringing yo
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 11
birminghammail / Posted 14 hours ago
That’s all for our live news updates today. Andy Richardson will be bringing you more of the latest news, sport, travel and weather tomorrow morning before I return to take you through to the end of the working week. Good night! Another look back... Read more
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Christian Today
Evangelical college stands by decision to invite liberal professor to preachA leading evangelical theological college in the UK is standing by its decision
Evangelical college stands by decision to invite liberal professor to preach
Christian Today / Posted 15 hours ago
A leading evangelical theological college in the UK is standing by its decision to invite a prominent liberal clergyman and academic to preach in its chapel. That's despite criticism from the evangelical blogosphere. Wycliffe Hall in Oxford is one... Read more
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Western Advocate
Sad tale of church’s trowelTHIS sad little tale should have had a happy ending – but it was not to be. It
Sad tale of church’s trowel
Western Advocate / Posted 18 hours ago
THIS sad little tale should have had a happy ending – but it was not to be. It began when the Church of England inhabitants of the village of Brewongle decided to construct a church for their parishioners. TREASURE: Miss Traill’s House collections... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Henry VIII’s chapel hosts Catholic prayers for the first time in 450 yearsFor the first time in 450 years, a citadel of Protestant worship in England --
Henry VIII’s chapel hosts Catholic prayers for the first time in 450 years
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 18 hours ago
For the first time in 450 years, a citadel of Protestant worship in England -- the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace -- echoed to the sound of Roman Catholic prayers and music. Around 350 people assembled on Feb. 9 inside the ornate palace, about... Read more
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birminghammail
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 11Here’s a look over some of our top sport stories on the site at the moment: Vi
News, travel and sport for Birmingham and the West Midlands on February 11
birminghammail / Posted 19 hours ago
Here’s a look over some of our top sport stories on the site at the moment: Villa transfer target suspended over bust-up - Aston Villa will feel that they dodged a bullet after Bordeaux suspended defender Lamine Sane indefinitely following a serious... Read more
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Christian Today
Sunday trading backed by public, but Christian MPs will still rebelMore people support scrapping restrictions on Sunday opening hours than oppose
Sunday trading backed by public, but Christian MPs will still rebel
Christian Today / Posted 22 hours ago
More people support scrapping restrictions on Sunday opening hours than oppose it, according to a recent YouGov poll. The Bishop of St Albans warned working mothers would be disproportionately affected by changes to Sunday Trading The survey... Read more
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Luton Today
Wenlock Junior School told it ‘requires improvement’ after Ofsted inspectionA raft of improvements need to be made at Wenlock Church of England Junior Scho
Wenlock Junior School told it ‘requires improvement’ after Ofsted inspection
Luton Today / Posted 23 hours ago
A raft of improvements need to be made at Wenlock Church of England Junior School, Ofsted has said. Inspectors visited the school on Beaconsfield, Luton, last month and sat in on 26 lessons. A report of the visit, published last Wednesday, states... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Revealed: The Government petitions people from Reading are signing the mostReading people may have divided views on immigration but one foreigner they wan
Revealed: The Government petitions people from Reading are signing the most
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
Reading people may have divided views on immigration but one foreigner they want to keep out of the UK is Donald Trump. The US presidential hopeful tops the list of online government petitions signed by people from Reading. A petition calling for... Read more
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Breitbart
British Christians Now a ‘Minority’ Like Persecuted Catholics During Reformation, Say Two Top ClericsPracticing Christians are now a minority in Britain much like the persecuted Ro
British Christians Now a ‘Minority’ Like Persecuted Catholics During Reformation, Say Two Top Clerics
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
Practicing Christians are now a minority in Britain much like the persecuted Roman Catholic minority after the reformation, two senior clerics said yesterday. The Anglican Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, and the Catholic Archbishop of... Read more
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Ekklesia
Ash Wednesday marked with arms-funded think-tank at Church HouseAsh Wednesday, the first day of Lent, is a day when Christians repent of their
Ash Wednesday marked with arms-funded think-tank at Church House
Ekklesia / Posted yesterday
Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, is a day when Christians repent of their sins and begin a period of fasting in preparation for Easter. On this day, Church House Conference Centre, which houses the administrative headquarters of the Church of... Read more
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Bolton News
Everything you need to know about tomorrow's Crompton by-electionVOTERS will go to the polls tomorrow to decide who will represent the Crompton
Everything you need to know about tomorrow's Crompton by-election
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
VOTERS will go to the polls tomorrow to decide who will represent the Crompton Ward on Bolton Council. The seat became vacant following the death of Labour Cllr Sufrana Bashir-Ismail last year, who had held it for the party since her election in... Read more
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Times of Malta
Valentine's plea from residents of village LoverResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Valentine's plea from residents of village Lover
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Christian Today
Can the Church save the planet? Green energy shows the wayA field of solar panels near Andover in southern England. Renewable energy prod
Can the Church save the planet? Green energy shows the way
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
A field of solar panels near Andover in southern England. Renewable energy production and infrastructure are increasingly popular. Churches across the UK are being encouraged to swap their homes and churches to renewable energy. The call has gone... Read more
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metro
What is Ash Wednesday and how should I mark it?Miercoles de Ceniza (Picture: Flickr/rpphotos) Today is Ash Wednesday, the fir
What is Ash Wednesday and how should I mark it?
metro / Posted yesterday
Miercoles de Ceniza (Picture: Flickr/rpphotos) Today is Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent and a day of fasting for many Christians. But what is the meaning of the celebration, and what should we do to mark it? Ash Wednesday, which always... Read more
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Daily Mail
The Duchess of Cornwall visit London's Royal Trinity HospitalCamilla admits Charles' painting skills are so good they make her want to 'thro
The Duchess of Cornwall visit London's Royal Trinity Hospital
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Camilla admits Charles' painting skills are so good they make her want to 'throw her toys out of the pram' as she visits Trinity hospice Duchess of Cornwall spent the morning at the historic Clapham hospice Visit marked 125th anniversary year of... Read more
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Christian Today
Former homeless and ex-drug addicts lead new Church of England prayer campaignEmma, who features in the first justpray video. Men and women who found faith
Former homeless and ex-drug addicts lead new Church of England prayer campaign
Christian Today / Posted yesterday
Emma, who features in the first justpray video. Men and women who found faith at a homeless centre in Halifax are to feature in a series of short dramatic films for Lent and Easter launched by the Church of England today. The five stars of the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Residents of 'Lover' want to reignite passion in villageBut the Valentine's tradition ended in 2008 when the post office, along with th
Residents of 'Lover' want to reignite passion in village
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
But the Valentine's tradition ended in 2008 when the post office, along with the attached village store, closed. It proved a sign of the challenges faced by locals to maintain a thriving village community,which also lost the local pub and, 10 years... Read more
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Orange County Register
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 yearsLONDON – “Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!” said the headline in The D
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 years
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
LONDON – “Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!” said the headline in The Daily Mail, a British tabloid. Hampton Court Palace, where the Tudor King Henry broke off ties with the papacy in 1530 just to divorce his first wife and marry his... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Lover residents want to bring life back to village « Shropshire StarThe Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands
Lover residents want to bring life back to village « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 2 days ago
The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their Valentine's Day cards from the post office in order to get the distinctive mark. The village name is so sought-after that the Lover road... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Streatham Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Bury Times
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Bishop Bell sex abuse victim speaks to Brighton ArgusA woman sexually abused by a Church of England bishop has spoken exclusively to
Bishop Bell sex abuse victim speaks to Brighton Argus
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 2 days ago
A woman sexually abused by a Church of England bishop has spoken exclusively to a regional daily, seven decades on from her ordeal. The woman told The Argus, Brighton, how she was abused repeatedly by Bishop of Chichester George Bell over the course... Read more
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Gazette
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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guardian-series
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Harrow Times
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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This is West Country
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Gazette News
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Bolton News
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lover residents want to bring life back to village Local resident and campaigner Katie Gibbs poses next to a sign for Lover vill
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Local resident and campaigner Katie Gibbs poses next to a sign for Lover village in Wiltshire, as the residents have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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Christian Today
First Catholic service in centuries takes place at Henry VIII's Hampton Court PalaceWith clouds of incense and exquisite choral music, the first Roman Catholic ser
First Catholic service in centuries takes place at Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace
Christian Today / Posted 2 days ago
With clouds of incense and exquisite choral music, the first Roman Catholic service for more than 450 years was last night celebrated in the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace. The Chapel Royal lies at the heart of the Tudor residence of King... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Lover residents want to bring life back to villageResidents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in
Lover residents want to bring life back to village
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Residents of the village Lover have sent out a Valentine's Day plea for help in their bid to bring life back to their rural home. The Wiltshire village was once famous for its postmark, which brought thousands of romantics to deliver their... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Christians Who Demonize Israel: Kairos{Originally posted to the Gatestone Institute website} Last September, during
Christians Who Demonize Israel: Kairos
The Jewish Press / Posted 2 days ago
{Originally posted to the Gatestone Institute website} Last September, during the World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel — an initiative of the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum (PIEF) of the World Council of Churches, St. Thomas’ Church in... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 yearsLONDON - The sounds of Latin song echoed through the halls of Hampton Court Pal
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 years
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
LONDON - The sounds of Latin song echoed through the halls of Hampton Court Palace in London for the first Catholic service in more than 450 years to be held in anti-papal King Henry VIII's residence. Cardinal Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 yearsAFP / by Dario Thuburn | Cardinal Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic Church
Henry VIII chapel hosts first Catholic service in 450 years
The Borneo Post / Posted 2 days ago
AFP / by Dario Thuburn | Cardinal Vincent Nichols, head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales (L), and Anglican Bishop of London Richard Chartres (R) take Vespers at Hampton Court Palace on February 9, 2016 LONDON: The sounds of Latin song... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 YearsFather Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols i
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 Years
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Father Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols in the chapel at Hampton Court Palace. Photo: Getty Images London: "Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!" screamed a headline in The Daily Mail, a British... Read more
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TribLIVE
Harpist to perform at historic Old St. Luke’s Church in ScottHarpist to perform at historic Old St. Luke's Church in Scott | TribLIVE Neigh
Harpist to perform at historic Old St. Luke’s Church in Scott
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
Harpist to perform at historic Old St. Luke's Church in Scott | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Harpist to perform at historic Old St. Luke's Church in Scott Nuiko Wadden, principal harpist of the Pittsburgh Opera and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre... Read more
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WA Today
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 YearsFather Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols i
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 Years
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Father Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols in the chapel at Hampton Court Palace. Photo: Getty Images London: "Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!" screamed a headline in The Daily Mail, a British... Read more
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The Age
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 YearsFather Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols i
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 Years
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Father Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols in the chapel at Hampton Court Palace. Photo: Getty Images London: "Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!" screamed a headline in The Daily Mail, a British... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 YearsFather Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols i
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 Years
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Father Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols in the chapel at Hampton Court Palace. Photo: Getty Images London: "Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!" screamed a headline in The Daily Mail, a British... Read more
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Canberra Times
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 YearsFather Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols i
Palace of Henry VIII holds first Catholic service in nearly 500 Years
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Father Anthony Howe shows Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols in the chapel at Hampton Court Palace. Photo: Getty Images London: "Henry VIII will be spinning in his grave!" screamed a headline in The Daily Mail, a British... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Christians are now a 'minority' in Britain like persecuted Roman Catholics during the Reformation say top clericsThe service, sung mainly in Latin, was the first Roman Catholic act of worship
Christians are now a 'minority' in Britain like persecuted Roman Catholics during the Reformation say top clerics
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
The service, sung mainly in Latin, was the first Roman Catholic act of worship in Henry's former chapel in more than 450 years. The service, conceived as part of events to mark the Palace's 500th anniversary, highlighted the chapel’s musical... Read more
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