Monthly Archives: October 2011


The age of reason has not yet fully dawned, apparently. Almost one-quarter of British adults claim to have consulted a psychic or medium, even though many fewer (one in seven) believe that these intermediaries have a real ability to predict … Continue reading

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Catholicity of Catholic Schools

When are Catholic schools no longer Catholic? This is the question posed by Sam Adams, news reporter for the Catholic weekly The Tablet, following publication on 23 September 2011 of the Catholic Education Service for England and Wales (CESEW)’s Digest … Continue reading

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Professor David Voas Moves to Essex

It seems to have been all change recently in the world of UK religious statistics. Following the news (covered on BRIN) of career moves for Lynda Barley of the Church of England and Benita Hewitt of Christian Research, we can … Continue reading

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