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Mary McAleese and a Jesuit Priest become Canons of Christ Church Cathedral

We need Lay Canons from the coal-face secular disciplines of politics and medicine; and Ecumenical Canons from the broad range of Christian and religious traditions.


Is Ad Limina a Mr & Mrs Missed Opportunity?

The question of celibacy is already being discussed at the highest levels in the Vatican – Noel McCann, ACI.


Half population of England & Wales has no religion

Report shows the number having no religion exceeds the number describing themselves as Christian for the first time ever.


Walsingham Shrine becomes a minor basilica

Rare designation is given by the Holy Father to places of worship which are of particular historical significance.


CofI marks 25 years since first female ordination

Bishop notes "serious decline in vocations to the ministry" in those Churches that do not ordain women.


Centenary celebrations of Bro Roger’s birth

People urged to commit to some act of solidarity or kindness in memory of Taize founder Bro Roger Schutz (1915-2005).


Archbishops honour unique holiness of Fr Sullivan

Irish Jesuit convert whom Pope Francis declared Venerable last November draws Christian Churches together in remembrance.


Archbishop hints at wider sharing of Communion

Co-chairman of ARCIC suggests in interview with Church of Ireland Gazette that Catholic Church could one day allow Anglicans to receive the Eucharist.


Leaders of Ordinariates meet in Rome

"Each ordinariate is different, but we share a common goal and a lot of the challenges we face are common ones."

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