Posted on 20 May 2012
The congregation of the Anglican Church in Pau marked Ascension Day, not on a mountain top but at the foot of the Pyrenees in France.
Since The Ascension - when Christ left the earth and returned to His Father’s glory – is very much as outdoor event , St. Andrews Church, Pau celebrated ...
Posted on 19 May 2012
On her last day of her three day visit to Athens The Princess Royal, at her own request, laid a wreath at the Commonwealth and Allied Forces War Cemetery situated by the coast in the south of the city.
The short service was provided by the Senior Anglican Chaplain in Athens, Canon Malcolm Bradshaw ...
Posted on 17 May 2012
Bishop David shared a service in Christ Church in the Manche, In Normandy where he blessed a new venue for the congregation. At Gratot the eleventh Century Church has been ceded on a long-term basis by the Catholic Diocese of Coutances and Avranches. It is believed to be the oldest church in th...
Posted on 16 May 2012
Frank Edward King was born in London in 1922 and arrived in Sicily in July 1943, landing at Syracuse with the British Eighth Army troops under the command of General Montgomery. For the young officer,Sicilywas love at first sight, despite the dangers of 39 days of hard battle to free the island from...