Learning from Flag Riots: the C of I in inner city East Belfast
On 3 December 2012, Belfast City Council voted to fly the Union Flag on the City Hall only on designated days, which were to be...
The Pope and the Archbishop: Ecumenical Reflections
In the spirit of the support of ecumenical engagement shown by both the new Pontiff of Rome and the new Archbishop of Canterbury, this article,...
Peter Admirand & Yazid Said
Eco- theology and Eco-praxis
In the five marks of Mission developed by the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) between 1984-1990, the fifth Mark states the Church’s task as being, “To...
Not to Compel, but to Conjure: the Bible and pluralism
“Governments and revolutionaries would compel society to take on the shape of their imagining, whereas poets are typically more concerned to conjure with their own...
Celia G Kenny
Good news for the poor? A challenge to us all
Who speaks for the homeless?
Who speaks for the many families unable to pay their outstanding bills?
Who cares for the poor of our society?
Protestants and Gaelic culture in 17th-century Ireland
The complex political and religious developments in the seventeenth century continue to be a subject of considerable debate among historians of Ireland. Central to these...
Celebrating Bishop Jeremy Taylor
THIS YEAR marks the 400th anniversary of the birth of Jeremy Taylor, Bishop of Down and Connor from 1661 until his death in 1667 and...