Students are increasingly turning to religious leaders for mental health support – Christian Today

University leaders have affirmed their commitment to strengthening student support, and counselling services are busier than ever. But one resource is often overlooked: chaplaincy. Chaplains are representatives of religion or belief organisations who work within universities to support the religious and pastoral needs of the communities. Matthew Guest. Christian Today 11 May 2019 Fulcrum NTThis … Continue Reading

TOM KELLY: Paedophile priest called a saint by the Establishment and victim by Prince Charles who gave him cash after police caught him – Daily Mail

  Peter Ball is suspected of preying on more than 100 boys and young men He made his young victims roll in the snow naked or stand in freezing showers  But when he faced investigation for abuse, judges and public school headmasters wrote to prosecutors protesting his innocence Prince Charles said disgraced bishop had been … Continue Reading

Loss of biodiversity is just as catastrophic as climate change – Guardian

Nature is being eroded at rates unprecedented in human history but we still have time to stave off mass extinctions Robert Watson. Guardian 6 May 2019 Sir Robert Watson is chair of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), and former chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) John Clark

Speech of the Bishop of Truro, The Rt. Revd. Philip Mounstephen at the Launch of the Independent Review of FCO support for Persecuted Christians

First of all, I do really want to thank the Foreign Secretary for launching this Independent Review into the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s own response to this pressing issue. And I want to tell you Foreign Secretary that there are many, many people around the world who are very grateful for that, and for giving … Continue Reading