Christopher Howse

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Full name: Christopher Howse

Area of interest: Religion and Society

Journals/Organisation: The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph

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Website: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/christopher-howse/

Blog: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/culture/author/christopherhowse/feed/

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Networks: https://twitter.com/BeardyHowse

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Career: Joined The Daily Telegraph in 1996 as obituaries editor, now writes leaders, features, reviews and two columns, Sacred Mysteries and Word of the Week; he also has a blog: On language, which focuses on the changing use of language

Current position/role: Letters editor, columnist, reviewer

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Viewpoints/Insight: Why we spend sermons looking at our watches, The Catholic Herald

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Controversy/Criticism: I've cracked the code: it's rubbish, on Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, (more criticisms)

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Books: AD: 2, 000 Years of Christianity (SPCK Publishing, 1999) ISBN 0281052875; How We Saw It: 150 Years of The Daily Telegraph 1855-2005 (Ebury Press, 2004) ISBN 0091894638; Best Sermons Ever: 2 (Continuum; 2 Reprint edition, 2003) ISBN 0826470971; The Best Spiritual Reading Ever (Continuum; New Ed edition, 2005) ISBN 0826480225; Comfort (Continuum, 2005) ISBN 0826476414; Prayers for This Life (Continuum, 2006) ISBN 0826480713; Assurance of Hope: An Anthology (Continuum, 2006) ISBN 0826482716; She Literally Exploded: The "Daily Telegraph" Infuriating Phrasebook (Constable and Robinson, 2007) ISBN 1845296753; Sacred mysteries: the human face of religion - A "Daily Telegraph" Book OCLC 82672007, 2007

Latest work: A Pilgrim in Spain, OCLC182732212 published by Continuum, 2011

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Column name: Sacred Mysteries

Remit/Info: Religion and Society

Section: News

Role: Columnist

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Website: Telegraph.co / Christopher Howse

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Regularity: Weekly

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Average length: 700 words

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