Catherine Pepinster is an English editor and historian with a focus on church history and religion and politics.
With fewer people carrying cash, churches plan to use special card readers for collecting fees and the offering.
Last year nearly 1,500 priests joined Unite, one of Britain’s largest unions.
A breakaway Anglican church in England appears to be forming as conflict over same-sex marriage continues.
In small and large spaces, the 45-minute service is attracting people who might otherwise never enter a sanctuary.
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