Reblogs

Why Was Charlotte Mason an Invalid for so Long? by Margaret Coombs

Once again the Lutterworth Press is pleased to find our esteemed author Margaret A. Coombs has been enhancing the world wide blogosphere with her next oh so Lutterworthy post on Charlotte Mason. This blog post about Charlotte Mason’s health is just the tip of the iceberg of Margaret A. Coombs’s biographical knowledge of Charlotte Mason.… Continue reading Why Was Charlotte Mason an Invalid for so Long? by Margaret Coombs

Reblogs

LET’S TALK ABOUT CHARLOTTE MASON by Margaret Coombs

The Lutterworth Press is pleased to bring you this post by Margaret A. Coombs, biographical author of Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence. Visit the Charlotte Mason Institute’s Blog here: https://www.charlottemasoninstitute.org/lets-talk-about-charlotte-mason-by-margaret-coombs/ Praise for Charlotte Mason: “Margaret Coombs’s diligent research over many years has revealed much that was hitherto unknown about the life of one… Continue reading LET’S TALK ABOUT CHARLOTTE MASON by Margaret Coombs

Events

Metropolitan Anthony at Pusey House

The Lutterworth Press were very pleased to be allowed into the beautiful walls of Pusey House in Oxford for the book launch of our latest author Avril Pyman. Celebrating the upcoming publication of her new book Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh we were honoured to have speeches praising the book from Fr Andrew Louth, Professor Emeritus… Continue reading Metropolitan Anthony at Pusey House

Guest Blogs

Finding liminality in America’s new leadership: an American pastor’s thoughts

Monday Musings on the new President Elect from Lutterworth author and guest blogger, Rev. Timothy Carson, D.Min, Senior Pastor of Broadway Christian Church Columbia, Missouri, USA. Some of you know that I have delved into liminal studies for many years. In fact, my doctoral work centered on this, and a second edition of Liminal Reality… Continue reading Finding liminality in America’s new leadership: an American pastor’s thoughts

Award · Books

Behind-the-scenes: Author Michael Rimmer Photographs the Angel Roof at St Mary’s Gissing, Norfolk

Last weekend, author of The Angel Roofs of East Anglia: Unseen Masterpieces of the Middle Ages, Michael Rimmer enjoyed an afternoon of photography and research. In association with the Friends of Gissing Church, Michael Rimmer was able to take some detailed photographs of the angel roof at Gissing, Norfolk. Read on to see some behind-the-scenes… Continue reading Behind-the-scenes: Author Michael Rimmer Photographs the Angel Roof at St Mary’s Gissing, Norfolk