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Holy Week bags: Vicar of Steeton, Keighley, Reverend David Coleman, with bags for his parishioners, including a blessed palm cross, consecrated waffle and wine, Lifewords Easter brochures, and a chocolate egg

Holy Week bags: The Vicar of Steeton, Keighley, the Reverend David Coleman, with bags for his parishioners, in which a blessed palm cross, consecrated wafe …

Bishop speaks about lost divorce changes

Parents should be made aware of the negative effects of divorce on their children, said Bishop of Carlisle, Rt. Rev. James Newcome. "It seems to make sense to make parents aware of this," he told the House of Lords last Tuesday, "and the fact that children often seem to tend to do better than them, even with fragile parents. " do after a divorce, although I fully acknowledge that cases of domestic abuse are a different matter. “The bishop supported two amendments to the Divorce, Dissolution, and Separation Act during his reporting phase. Both were rejected by the government and were not put to the vote after the debate. The bishop agreed that parents should "have access to information about mediation and marriage counseling. . . Statistics indicate that up to 2500 relationships are currently saved each year as a direct result of this type of intervention. "

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