Well, it’s high time that I got down to sharing with you some of the quite extraordinary poetry of former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. When Williams became Archbishop, many were unsure of his theology or what he stood for in his faith. 428 more words
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Last week archbishop now Cardinal Nichols, closely followed by 27 Anglian bishops, intervened in the debate over welfare reform. This was met with the usual boring cry of, ‘The church should stay out of politics,’ as though God’s sovereignty somehow ended at the doors of parliament. 904 more words
I was very enthusiastic about hearing Rowan Williams and was not surprised to see the church full when I arrived. I was relieved to find a seat, although I was disappointed to have my view obscured by a pillar. 2,075 more words
What language shall I borrow?
What language shall I borrow
To thank thee, dearest friend?
Attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux
How do I speak what cannot be spoken? 1,713 more words