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The Crucifixion: a personal or public matter?

GUEST BLOG: Is the Crucifixion a personal or public matter? Kevin Carey, author of Cross Purposes, reveals his thoughts. The tragedy of Reformation Protestantism is that it both confirmed and then …

Added about 7 months ago.

Living Cathedrals

GUEST BLOG: Do cathedrals still matter in the twenty-first century? Bishop Stephen Platten shares why they are still popular, but also the challenges they face. Stephen is the editor of Holy Ground…

Added about 8 months ago.

6 inspiring books to give you a helping hand in Lent

Time to dig out your pancake pan and select one of our excellent Lent companions to help you to think and reflect more deeply and purposefully this year. Here at Sacristy Press, we have something fo…

Added about 8 months ago.

Collection of Poems about Depression and Christianity by Retired Priest Launched at Durham Cathedral

PRESS RELEASE: Sacristy Press, based in Durham City, launched a new collection of poems written by a depressive priest on Blue Monday (Monday 15 January) at Durham Cathedral. “Hope in …

Added about 8 months ago.

Feeling blue? It’s not just you...

BOOK LAUNCH: Approximately 300 million people worldwide suffer with depression (WHO, 2017). For those who suffer from this invisible disease, it’s not just the loss of the glitz of Christmas t…

Added about 9 months ago.

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