No longer the Conservative party at prayer?

According to a poll by the Bible Society reported in the Church Times, the Church of England is no longer the Conservative party at prayer. Instead they are more likely than the general population to be voting for centrist or left-wing parties.  A survey of 1214...

Thinking Courageously about Science and Faith

A webinar in July organised by the Anglican Communion’s Science Commission, will address ways in which faith and science communities can dialogue and work together in response to issues impacting people’s lives and the planet, including the climate crisis,...

Málaga province’s population to top 2 million by 2031

According to demographic projections by the Spanish Statistical Office, the population of Málaga province will grow by almost 14% over the next 7 years, compared with 7.4% for the whole of Spain.  Málaga province, from the current population of 1.77 million, will rise...

138 priestly years……..!

Every summer the Church of England celebrates the ordination of new deacons and priests, as traditionally the majority of  ordinations take place at the end of June, during Petertide, the feast day marking the martyrdom of Saint Peter, on 29th June. Their first...

Petertide Ordinations in the Diocese in Europe

It’s that time of year again, when the church ordains new deacons and priests at Petertide, the feast day marking the martyrdom of Saint Peter, on 29th June. Within our Diocese in Europe we are ordaining 6 deacons in the Pro-Cathedral in Brussels on Sunday 30th June:...