Our thanks toJohn Salmon for allowing us to use his photographs of the Society of Mary May Devotion.
Edward Lewisis the vicar of St Mary, Kenton and Chaplain to HM The Queen.
Clare Williamsshops on the high street of Haverfordwest.
Christopher Trundleexplore Anglican Patrimony in Pimlico.
Lost in the
Rowan Williams’s via crucisas Archbishop of Canterbury ...and the future without him
by Tom Sutcliffe
Our contributorTom Sutcliffe writes to tell us about a new pamphlet he has produced entitled ‘Lost in the wilderness.’ It is a survey of Rowan Williams’ time as Archbishop of Canterbury. The pamphlet has already received comment and review online and is available from Tom Sutcliffe at 12, Polworth Road, Streatham, London SW16 2EU. He asks that you send a stamped addressed C5 envelope (50p for second class and 60p for first class). Tom would also welcome any contributions to help with the cost of the publication and printing.
We pray forall those being ordained these Petertide to parishes of our constituency, do please be in touch with details of the ordinations and photographs.
Readers will no doubt with to join us is saying ‘Ad Multos Annos’ to HM The Queen on the 59th Anniversary of her Coronation in this Diamond Jubilee Year. ND
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