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30 Oct
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Will Aid could benefit SCIAF’s outreach

Once again the Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund has teamed up with the Will Aid campaign, so during November you can write a will free of charge. Will Aid is a special partnership between the legal profession and nine of ...

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Rev Calum MacLeod
30 Oct
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From downtown Chicago to Old Town Edinburgh, St Giles’ has new Glasgow-born minister

St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh inducted its new minister last night as a new era began at one of the most historic buildings in Scotland. Rev Calum MacLeod (46) is the first new minister at the High Kirk of Edinburgh ...

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30 Oct
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Christian ministries of service form theme of the Ecumenical Review

Diakonia, or the service ministry of the church, provides the theme for the October 2014 issue of The Ecumenical Review (ER), a quarterly journal published by the World Council of Churches  with Wiley Blackwell of Oxford. “New Perspectives on Diakonia” ...

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Rev Sally Foster-Fulton
30 Oct
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Kirk makes initial submission on further Scottish devolution

The Church of Scotland has made its initial submission to the Smith Commission on further devolved powers for Scotland. Convener of the Church and Society Council, Rev Sally Foster Fulton says of the process “This is more about making a ...

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30 Oct
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Pope Francis to ecumenical group: don’t wait for theologians

Pope Francis is telling those committed to Christian unity that they should pray and work together now.

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28 Oct
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Top comic teams up with Christmas campaign

An award-winning stand-up comic, Paul Kerensa, has teamed up with the Christian communications network ChurchAds to raise awareness of the true meaning of Christmas. Kerensa, a writer for sitcoms like Miranda and Not Going Out and author ofbooksincluding So A Comedian ...

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27 Oct
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History made as Anglicans and Oriental Orthodox agree on Christ’s incarnation

Senior theologians in Anglican Communion and Oriental Orthodox Churches recently made history by signing an agreement on their mutual understanding of Christ’s incarnation. This was not just a minor point of theology, rather it was a subject that divided the ...

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James Fraser
21 Oct
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New political settlement must recognise the strength of Christianity

Representatives from the Free Church of Scotland have called on the Smith Commission to recognise the strength of Christianity in the nation and reinstate freedom of religion into Scottish society. The group, made up of elders and ministers, argued that ...

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