Monarch, Majesty, and Memory “God save our gracious King! Long live our noble King! God save the King!” New words? Old words! Words sung after the death of Queen Victoria in 1901 until the accession to the throne of the late Queen, Elizabeth II in 1952. Seventy years later(!) we now revert to the male language of the... Continue Reading →

Juno – On the move

It all happened so quickly. In recent weeks I heard Kathie and Ken speaking in hushed tones, in conversations hard to hear and difficult to understand. I initially thought they were making plans for their imminent Ireland trip, an adventure on which I was not invited, a reality I have in time come to accept... Continue Reading →


Thoughts from someone who is definitely not a bishop The Rev. Dr. Rachel Mash, Secretary, Anglican Communion Environmental Network in Canterbury Cathedral Let’s put aside for a moment legitimate anxieties and cynical expectations of failure regarding the Lambeth Conference of Anglican Bishops which meets over the next few days in Canterbury, England. As the Call... Continue Reading →

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