St Paul's Letter to Hebrews | Heb 1 1-4
God Has Spoken by His Son
All three letters in this week’s Sunday Telegraph favour ‘assisted dying’; two cite free choice and the wish for a dignified death, while a lady with terminal metastatic breast cancer says she is ‘stable and in minimal pain, thanks to superb hospital staff and sheer luck’, but fears ‘[s]uffering prolonged agony because Britain has only a par
The Gospel According to St Mark 1 7-11
7 He came for testimony, to bear witness to the light, that all might believe through him. 8 He was not the light, but came to bear witness to the light.
Emma Barnett, the new presenter of BBC Radio Four’s Woman’s Hour, read out ‘a rare and personal’ message from the Queen to mark the beginning of the programme’s 75th year; the 94-year-old monarch, ‘understood to be a long time listener of the pr
With pressure on the health services from the Coronavirus pandemic meaning that women in their 40s are being ‘denied IVF treatment’, leaving ‘some women in limbo, not knowing if their fertility treatment will be continued’, Steve McCabe, Labour MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, has tabled an early day motion on the issue; he commented: ‘“Infertility is a
Accounting firm Price Waterhouse Coopers is warning of a Covid-driven slump in the birth rate, as months spent in lockdown ‘did not translate into more time for making babies’; with ‘fewer than 600,000 ...
Tommy Pilling, who has died at the age of 62 after catching coronavirus, ‘made headlines’ in 1995 when as a man with Down’s syndrome, he married Maryanne, who also has Down’s – the first such marriage in the UK.