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I have just been researching my local MPs regarding expenses claims and have come across Richard Ottaway, the Conservative MP for Croydon South.
A Catholic friend of Ekklesia, Colleen Williams, has sent us a petition which now has over 2,000 signatures, encouraging the Pope to visit Gaza during his trip to the Holy Land (Jerusalem, Bethlehem,
Got a circular email from Nick Griffin, leader of the racist British National Party (BNP) this morning calling for greater celebration of St George.
I am sure that it is really well intentioned, but the headline above is how I fear that many will interpret a well intentioned press release from the Church of England today.
A source of quiet amusement to a number of us at Ekklesia are Damian Thompson’s agitated rantings about us on his blog at the Daily Telegraph.
The Easter Sermon by the Archbishop of Canterbury about leading by example (particularly in the economic downturn) reminded me of someone I met last weekend whilst doing the BBC 1’s Big Questions in Canterbury.
I see John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, has tried to score a late winner this morning.
It isn't often that the Daily Telegraph and Ekklesia find themselves singing from the same hymn sheet let alone the same terraces.
March 22 is the UN's World Water Day, so I wanted to mention a remarkable book by a good friend of Ekklesia (and an Ekklesia Partner) Annette Allen, which she is using to help raise funds for clean wa
Pete Broadbent, the Bishop of Willesden, is keen to compare the size of his…er…’constituency’, with Ekklesia.
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