Tuesday, April 13, 2021
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    The Lord Gave Me Brothers: Lockdown Lessons from Religious Lives

    Angela Eichhorst writes about how we can learn from two religious communities, Greyfriars Franciscan Friary and the Buddha Vihara Temple, during the second lockdown.

    An organist’s view on a crisis in church music

    Over the last ten years of my life, I’ve been fortunate enough to work in the music department of a small parish church in rural Lincolnshire....

    St Hilda’s abolishes chapel in favour of multi-faith space

    St Hilda’s College will abolish its chapel from next year, replacing the space with a multi-faith room. The announcement makes St Hilda’s the third...

    Music and Christianity: What’s it all about?

    What is the role of music in Christian worship, and does it still matter in the 21st century?

    Vigil for Sri Lanka held at University Church

    About forty people, including members of the University’s Sri Lankan Society, attended the Candlelit Vigil at St Mary’s on Sunday.

    Nuns n’ Rosaries

    The highs and lows of growing up Catholic.

    Rees Mogg is wrong, religion has no place in politics

    Rosie Duthie argues that politicians should be wary of letting their religious leanings impact their politics

    One thing I’d change about Oxford… Religion

    Cat Bean wishes that Oxford's theological history was more inclusive