Posts Tagged ‘Catherine Pepinster’

Stressed-out Anglican priests turn to trade union for support

Thursday, September 12th, 2019
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The archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England and the wider Anglican Communion, was an oil executive who helped run a major corporation before he became a parish priest. The latter job was unquestionably the most stressful he ever had, Justin Welby has said. “It was isolated, insatiably demanding, and I was, on Read more

Pope’s emphasis on social justice could reinvigorate the Church

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

He’s convinced the cardinals, wowed the crowds and on Saturday he attempted perhaps the trickiest task of all – to woo the hardbitten media. And Pope Francis pulled it off spectacularly, speaking warmly to several thousand journalists crowded into the Vatican’s Paul VI hall about their hard work covering his election and passionately of “a poor church for Read more