of 3 January 2010
Kisiizi Hospital, Kabale, Uganda. 'a Christian Hospital that serves those of all faiths, and none. It is a fee paying hospital, but no one has been turned away through reasons of poverty. It is a distant rural hospital, but well known throughout Uganda'.
William Jacob reviews The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910, by Brian Stanley.
Robert Jeffery reviews Royal Prayer: A Surprising History, by David Baldwin.
Robin Gill reviews Why Animal Suffering Matters: Philosophy, Theology, and Practical Ethics, by Andrew Linzey.
Ontario: Saugeen Shores Parish [St John, Port Elgin; St Paul, Southampton] (Huron)
Newcastle, St Andrew (Newcastle)
Nottingham, Bestwood Park Church (Southwell and Nottingham) [CofE and Methodist partnership]
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Gloucester Mothers' Union
England: London, 3-4 September 2010: Action and Contemplation: Franciscan Spirituality Today
The Third Order of the Society of St Francis, together with St James, Piccadilly, sponsor this two-day conference. See also the Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation group of the TSSF.
Belleek, Garrison, Kiltyclogher and Slavin Group (Clogher)
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Virginia Group [Billis, Killinkere, Lurgan and Munterconnaught] (Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh)
COMAC: Cashel and Ossory Marriage Awareness Course. A project of the Mothers' Union, United Dioceses of Cashel and Ossory.
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