Glastonbury Review No. 116
As the mouthpiece of the British Orthodox Church, the Glastonbury Review is committed to the history and progress of indigenous Orthodoxy. It includes articles and book reviews about the Orthodox faith, Church History, Orthodox Spirituality, Celtic Christianity and various sympathetic figures and precursor movements in the West. As part of the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate it contains items about the history and spirituality of Coptic Orthodoxy. It also chronicles and documents current events in the Oriental Orthodox churches, whilst endeavouring to be Pan-Orthodox and eirenic in its outlook as well as evangelistic and pastoral in outreach. Regular articles include Here, There & Everywhere, with news of the British Orthodox Church, the Mother Church and the Coptic diaspora. Its Book Reviews is an expanding section.