Monthly Archives: November 2021

Remembrance and Bond: Blazing with the light of Christ

The long-awaited final outing of Daniel Craig as James Bond came out in cinemas at the end of September, several years after it was first due. ‘No Time To Die’ is the usual mixture of high-octane adventure, romance and daring … Continue reading

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Chartists and Kingdom

Over the past few days we have been commemorating the Chartists who were buried in this churchyard on 4th November in 1839. We gathered outside on Thursday evening, the anniversary of their deaths, and also hosted a convention here yesterday. … Continue reading

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A Prayer Commemorating the Newport Chartists

I have been thinking about the Chartists and their struggle for democracy in the 19th century. Ten are buried in Newport Cathedral grounds. On 4th November 1839, a march walked down Stow Hill in Newport, past what is now Newport … Continue reading

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