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The Church of England should stop distracting itself with ‘racial justice’

27 February 2024

4:37 AM

27 February 2024

4:37 AM

Churches are emptier than ever since Covid. Fewer clergy have more and more parishes to look after; the buildings themselves are falling down, with little money available to repair them. In the face of these existential problems, what high-profile subject was discussed over the weekend by the General Synod of the Church of England? Encouraging more worshippers, perhaps, or possibly improving finances? Not quite.

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