Colin Blakely, editor of the Church of England Newspaper, said: "Your poll shows many people are still keen to be associated with church-going.
What does CEN stand for?
CEN stands for Church of England Newspaper
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- Central Educational Network (Public Television)
- Centralia (Amtrak station code; Centralia, IL)
- Centre d'Essai Nucléaire (French: Nuclear Test Center)
- Centre d'Etude de l'Energie Nucléaire
- Centre d'Études de la Neige (French: snow study center)
- Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires
- Certified Emergency Nurse
- Chemical and Engineering News
- Chemins de fer Économiques du Nord (French railroad company)
- China Environment News
- Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Mexico (Airport Code)
- Clean Energy Network, Inc. (est. 1990)
- Client Event Notifier
- Collège des Enseignants de Neurologie (French: College of Teachers of Neurology)
- Collège des Enseignants de Nutrition (French: College of Teachers of Nutrition)
- Comitato Europeo di Normazione
- Comité Ejecutivo Nacional (Spanish: National Executive Committee; Mexico)
- Comité Européen de Normalisation (French: European Committee for Standardization)
- Commission Économique de la Nation (French: Economic Commission of the Nation)
- Committee of European Norms (personal protective equipment)
Samples in periodicals archive:
HUNGARY has introduced a new law governing the registration of religious groups that critics say discriminates against minority faiths, stripping some churches of their legal status as religious organizations, reports The Church of England Newspaper.
The Church of England Newspaper says the projected deficit could rise to $3.
The 49-year-old, who is a former editor of the national parish magazine News Extra and consultant editor of the Church of England newspaper, said: ``The incident with Jerusalem was grossly exaggerated.
The Rt Rev James Jones topped a poll among worshippers for the Church of England Newspaper, capturing 32% of the vote.
ARCHBISHOPS have launched a review after figures leaked to the Church of England newspaper show some Anglican bishops run up thousands of pounds a year on hospitality, travel and sundries.
In an interview with the Church of England newspaper in February, Bishop Selby said he would not rule out ordaining practising homosexuals.
The Church of England newspaper, which carried out the poll, blames Charles's admission of adultery and subsequent divorce for the change of heart.