Enter a church and you should hear echoes of eternity - not the Sugababes

October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p31
ITHINK the Church of England has just committed suicide. Its decision to allow grotesque, overblown weddings in its churches is an act so desperate and hopeless that I fear there is no return.


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