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Why the Church is Promoting the Vocations of Disabled People
Christianity has at its heart a willingness to slow down and hear each other’s story in a spirit of gentle friendship but says Roy McCloughry, National Disability Adviser, for the Archbishop's Council: ‘We cannot pretend that disabled people have not had sometimes to struggle with a disabling rather than an enabling church’.
An Education Where No Passports Are Required
Around one million children in England – a quarter of primary pupils and one in 16 secondary students – attend Church of England schools, which welcome those from all backgrounds. At a time when racial and cultural tensions appear to be on the rise, Church schools are valued more than ever by people of all faiths and none, according to the Church of England’s Chief Education Officer Nigel Genders.
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