Trushare Files  No. 226

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NEW DIRECTIONS: February 2014

 

 

 

CONTENT

LEAD STORY

Baptism Lite

PETE BROADBENT on the shortcomings of the new Baptismal rites

A Newer Rite

ROBERT DESICS  explains why we can't leave out the difficult bits

The Ecumenical Friends of Fatima Association MALCOLM GRAY considers Mary and Ecumenism
Running Scared?

DENIS DESERT reflects on the problems of safeguarding

Blaise away?

ALAN EDWARDS is getting burnt

The silly season

IAN McCORMACK wonders what the Archbishop of Canterbury meant

The tears of Christ

CRISPIN HARRIISON CR reflects on the compassion of Jesus

Where the Church of England went wrong

BRIAN MILLER offers his view
Mary our Mother AIDEN MAYOSS travels to Venice
views, reviews and previews

ART:       Owen  Higgs
on Paul Klee

THEATRE:Tarquin Otter
on
Fascinating Aida

BOOKS:  Martin Hislop
on Priests and Politics

John Twisleton
on
Beyond the Edge & Sussex Saints and Martyrs

Peter Mullen
on The Experience of God

Mike McCormack
on The Church of Blue Columns

Dewi Hopkins
on John Paull II

CD: Petra Robinson on Regina Coeli

Three Madonnas

MARGARET LAIRD prays and contemplates in Bruges

Holy Women of Wiggenhall

Mediaeval paintings

The January Sales A poem by PETER MULLEN
Revival meeting in Guildford BISHOP LINDSAY URWIN encourages us to celebrate with Mary
Under Wraps JULIAN MANN Offers a Jewish response of 'Bethlehem Unwratpped'
The True Vine GEORGE WESTHAVER on the continuing importance of E B Pusey and Pusey House
A youth initiative GEOFFREY SQUIRE explains the purpose of Youthlink and Youthfest
The baptism of infants JOHN MASDING offerrs a traditional understanding of baptism

REGULARS

GHOSTLY COUNSEL

ANDY HAWES
is dealing with the enemy

DEVOTIONAL

ARTHUR MIDDLETON before the crib

FAITH OF OUR FATHERS

ARTHUR MIDDLETON on the scriptural doctrine of baptism

BOOK OF THE MONTH BISHOP MARTIN JARRETT considers the Sacrements
SECULAR LITURGIES

TOM SUTCLIFFE
considers
Richard III

THE WAY WE LIVE NOW

CHRISTOPHER SMITH
remembers that the devil is in the detail

TOUCHING PLACE

SIMON COTTON
on Ss Peter and Paul, Eye, Suffolk

Editorial

Thought for the day

 

 

Sermon Salad: 
an Hors d'oeuvre 
of over three hundred homilies for many occasions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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