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Dr Rowan Williams says that ‘aggressive secularism’ has nothing to do with persecution; Lord Carey and Bishop Nazir-Ali disagree. Who’s right?

Dr Williams speaks from the perspective of the high table and senior common room: but Dr Nazir-Ali has actually been persecuted

Cardinal: disestablishment would benefit the Church of England

Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor celebrates his 80th birthday today

The Church of England being what it is, no Archbishop of Canterbury can succeed: but Rowan Williams has failed more disastrously than most

He is supposed to be a theologian: but his actions have been theologically incoherent

If a woman is a priest, she can also be a bishop: if she’s not, she can’t. Either way, there is now only one way out for Catholic Anglicans: it’s over the Tiber

The notion of setting up another ghetto for dissidents is simply ludicrous

Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans, celibate homosexual and man of principle, twice denied a bishopric, may now sue the C of E: it would be a sad and secularist falling away

His non-appointment as Bishop of Southwark was a prime example of Anglicanism’s inability to think theologically

The Children’s Society has repudiated its support for the traditional married family, with Archbishop Sentamu’s backing: is he aware what he has done?

If so, is this a new development in Anglican opinion?

Why shouldn’t there be a Catholic ‘Supreme Governor’ of the Church of England?

After all, the Catholic Church in Malta thrived under the temporal authority of protestant governors

Morning Catholic must-reads: 11/10/11

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

If anybody tries to make you pay to enter an Anglican cathedral (built by the Catholic Church) refuse and enter anyway

You should, of course, make a voluntary contribution to its maintenance; but it’s your decision. They have no right to stop you

‘The Church always needs new blood’

Charles Moore tells Luke Coppen why he has agreed to become a patron of a new group supporting members of the ordinariate