Saturday, 7 February 2004

British opinions on Saturday

In the Guardian Giles Fraser writes about the forthcoming Mel Gibson film in
Crucified by empire.

In the Telegraph Christopher Howse writes about DIY Sundays and fishless Fridays
which refers to an article in last week’s Tablet by Eamon Duffy, Fasting - our lost rite.

In The Times, Alan Webster, once Dean of St Paul’s, writes about his grandson, Today the young are drawn by choice to a changing faith.
Nick Wyke writes about How art and religion are enjoying a renewed partnership in A new vision of divine inspiration.
Ruth Gledhill describes a café-style church at the Church of the Ascension in Balham, South London, in At Your Service.

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