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Get to know more about me – the journalist, editor, blogger, content marketer, Anglican (Episcopal) priest and author.  There’s also Archbishop Shakes Khumalo, the hero in my mystery series.

Be warned, he tends to assume centre-stage at every opportunity.

 

LT sept 2014

THE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL ANGLICAN CHURCH

FLIRTING WITH SCHISM

FLIRTING WITH SCHISM

The Archbishop Shakes Khumalo series is set in the Anglican Church, which has an estimated 85 million members in 160 countries. Inevitably there is an eclectic mix of cultures and approaches to theology and ...
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THE WORST CHURCH JOB?

THE WORST CHURCH JOB?

The Archbishop of Canterbury probably has the worst job in the Anglican Church. In fact, his predecessor is said to have once slumped against a cathedral wall and muttered “I hate this!” Although he does enj...
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A BLACK SHEEP

A BLACK SHEEP

If you have watched The Tudors, a popular TV series starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Henry VIII, you could understandably be concerned about a religious denomination founded by an English King with a tendency t...
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