Jorge Bergoglio: Latin American Pope

A poem written at Hilfield Friary, Dorset, following two earlier poems on 'Karol Wojtyla: Polish Pope' and 'Joseph Ratzinger: European Pope'

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The Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings is Hon Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Southwark, Parish Priest, St Matthew’s at Elephant and Castle and SCR Member, St Chad’s College, Durham. He has been theological secretary of Fulcrum since its founding.

Jewel's Gem: Reflections on the 450th Anniversary of Bishop John Jewel's Apologia

Reflections on the 450th anniversary of Bishop John Jewel's 'Apologia'

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The Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings is Hon Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Southwark, Parish Priest, St Matthew’s at Elephant and Castle and SCR Member, St Chad’s College, Durham. He has been theological secretary of Fulcrum since its founding.

Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ – Fulcrum response to the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission agreed statement

Fulcrum Response to the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission Agreed Statement Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ by Graham Kings vicar of St Mary Islington and theological secretary of Fulcrum Originally published by Fulcrum in May 2005 We welcome the irenic, ecumenical theological tradition of the discussions and some constructive clarifications which may point to ways … Continue Reading

The Ambiguous Legacy of John Henry Newman: Reflections on the Papal Visit 2010 – Fulcrum Newsletter October 2010

The Ambiguous Legacy of John Henry Newman: Reflections on the Papal Visit 2010 Fulcrum Newsletter October 2010 by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne Introduction Beguiling and virulent, holy and vituperative, quicksilver and splenetic, charming and cantankerous: there are many sides to the character of John Henry Newman, brought out variously and vicariously in their biographies … Continue Reading

Pope Benedict and the Enigma of English Christianity

Pope Benedict and the Enigma of English Christianity by John Martin published with the kind permission of The Living Church In London’s East End stand two churches commemorating religious martyrs. A plaque in St. James Clerkenwell celebrates a line of succession from the Lollards, whose inspiration was the Bible translator John Wycliffe, to people burned at … Continue Reading