Mapping Chaplaincy in Norfolk: A Report

Chaplains are increasingly the face of public religion. This report explores the chaplaincy landscape in Norfolk.

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Evangelical leaders are rallying behind the under-pressure Kushner

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Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI recently likened the Catholic Church to a capsizing ship.

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Good works of churches often go unnoticed, shows US study

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Deus ex machina

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Give up religion, or face punishment - Chinese local authorities

Members of China's Communist Party need to give up religion and "be firm Marxist atheists" or face punishment.

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Tracing the roots of the modern religious left.

Jehovah's Witnesses ban comes into force in Russia

A ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses is to come into full force in Russia after a court dismissed an appeal.

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Recent BBC series Broken depicts humanity in all it's fullness and shows the unseen side of Priesthood

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Punjabi Sikh women are less likely to seek help for alcohol problems due to shame

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