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The chances of any church being able to refuse to marry anyone look thin

Why is it up to the secular courts to decide what the Church of England does?

Cheerful news for a Friday: Catholic-Anglican relations are actually in good shape

ARCIC may have failed, but on the great moral issues of the day Catholics and Anglicans are on the same side

The Catholic Church was right not to join critics of Iain Duncan Smith’s benefit reforms

When Church leaders proclaim on matters of government policy they run the risk of coming unstuck

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Parliament should beware taking a People’s Republic of China approach to women bishops

Something rather sinister has happened in the wake of the General Synod vote

Morning Catholic must-reads: 22/11/12

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

Well, they’ve done it again. But the opponents of women bishops have only put off the evil day: and next time there may be no ‘special arrangements’

The arguments for women priests were wholly secular. This is, in any case, the state Church: and in the end the state will decide

The Anglicans who voted against women bishops showed true Dunkirk spirit

Now the ‘Church in turmoil’ headline will run for another five years

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