Listed below are articles that have featured in the Church of England Newspaper related to issues of animal welfare, ASWA or its members.
Issue 6346 - 2nd September 2016
Issue 6316 - 5th February 2016
Friday 13th November 2015 - Remembrance Service Report
Issue 6193 - Friday 6th September 2013
Comment - "Why animal charities deserve the support of Christians
by Barry Miles
Friday October 7th 2011
Articles 'Getting real over animal rights' and 'the theology of vegetarianism' featured in the England on Sunday supplement
Getting real over animal rights
Amaris Cole writes...
The Church has been castigated for „indifference‟ on animal cruelty by a leading theologian at Oxford University. Professor Andrew Linzey also criticised the Government for inaction. In a service at Westminster Abbey on 2 October, Professor Linzey claimed that this inaction compounds animal cruelty.
Friday November 19th 2010
Bishop Dominic Walker of Monmouth, ASWA President has urged Britain to remember animal as well as the human casualties of war at Remembrance services........
This article resonates with our Animal Welfare Sunday theme this year - Animals in War. We offer a specific publication on the subject - see below. We were also privileged to be addressed by Pen Farthing, founder of Nowzad Dogs at our AGM this year.
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