Paul Wilkinson

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  1. Hard lessons
  2. Strength in numbers
  3. Lambeth Conference postponed amid boycott fears
  4. Church backs ecumenical campaign for organ donation
  5. Birmingham brings back Nativity Trail after a year's absence
  6. CofE urges voters to focus on common good
  7. Bishop appalled by Ofsted 'horror stories'
  8. Lynch to challenge Ukip MEPs on immigration and EU policies
  9. Nichols: election candidates should explain immigration views
  10. MP seeks to safeguard rights of anti-abortion admin staff
  11. Birmingham bishop: faith groups must rediscover trust
  12. Ukip deputy leader says party ‘in line with Catholic thought’
  13. Receptions into Church hit six-year low
  14. Methodist Church reveals anti-bullying and harassment guidelines
  15. Anglicans share church with Catholics in 'ecumenical first'
  16. LGBT representative 'snubbed by Krakow archdiocese'
  17. Catholics desert Labour in Scotland, Tablet poll reveals
  18. Glasgow medic to head Scots College
  19. CofE go-ahead for children to distribute Communion
  20. Cambridge attracts £1.2m funding for theological research
  21. Year of Mercy: A guide to what is going on around the dioceses and where to find a Holy Door
  22. Lambeth Conference delayed amid boycott fears, says Welby
  23. Charity’s mission ends after 30 years
  24. Bishops’ conference supports organ donations
  25. Council brings back Nativity Trail after a year’s absence
  26. ‘Horror stories’ of children quizzed on family life
  27. Anglicans want change to ‘moribund political culture’
  28. Social action centre for the young opens
  29. Bishop to quiz Ukip MEPs on immigration policies ahead of general election
  30. Gender abortion move stopped
  31. Receptions hit a six-year low
  32. Ukip deputy leader claims his party is ‘in line with Catholic thought’
  33. Anglicans share church
  34. Scottish faithful desert Labour
  35. Ordinariate priest accused of fraud
  36. Go-ahead for children to distribute Eucharist
  37. Welby promises own sex-abuse inquiry
  38. Faithful face more pressure to give, despite donating £37m
  39. Think tank to develop alternative to ‘failed’ welfare test
  40. Government entrusts Catholic agency with adoption register
  41. Hundred-year-old Augustinian community forced to close
  42. Jesuits urge Cameron to ‘welcome’ refugees
  43. Marriage Care lobbies synod for ‘baptism prep’
  44. Architecture / Church in running for national award
  45. Charities press Cameron to speak up for China’s Christians
  46. Maguire family seek inquiry
  47. Dioceses rally for refugees
  48. Faith banished to the periphery
  49. Church apologises to Bishop Bell abuse victim
  50. Christian charities reluctant to allude to religion
  51. Pupils to be taught Judaism as ‘second religion’
  52. Gay canon loses discrimination case
  53. Disability campaigners fight assisted dying ‘liberalisation’
  54. Lib Dems give backing to Sunday trading law change
  55. Faith groups and charities unite to tackle climate change
  56. Bill threatens future of Catholic schools
  57. Salford to shed half its parishes but proposals are welcomed
  58. Cafod opposes Syria bombing
  59. Heythrop negotiating partnership with Roehampton
  60. Anglicans leave anti-slavery network
  61. Charities back child hunger relief plan
  62. Catholic charity volunteers save taxpayers millions
  63. Cathedral choirs face funding crisis
  64. Ethical concerns over ‘Frankenscience’ hybrids
  65. Church speaks up for refugees
  66. Wilshaw sparks row over inspection of Sunday schools
  67. Faith schools to be protected from humanist campaigners
  68. We must protect students from IS recruiters, cardinal says
  69. Study seeks to find out why people convert
  70. Plan for dioceses to sponsor refugees
  71. Minister unable to help charity over £1m VAT bill
  72. Historic England: Churches top the list
  73. Church of England leaders failed to deal with sex abuse claims, report finds
  74. Gay priest barred from celebrating mercy Mass
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