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The worst place to be alive right now is in Yemen, the Middle East country that has been ravaged by … More
Today we are launching the first of our regular surveys to find out what the people who read this website … More
Jesus is described as both a Lion and Lamb, which seems fairly contradictory, but since we are called to be like Him, which should we emulate? This article is part of a series looking at the Oxymoronic names of God and how understanding them helps us to live as Christians in a fallen world.
If you are anything like me, you will be watching with horror as the number of coronavirus cases in the … More
To all the readers of this blog. I pray for you and as I thought about you today I sensed … More
In the wake of recent killings in El Paso and Gilroy, white supremacy is now the number one cause of … More
Right now, it seems argument is everywhere. There appears to be no end of political vitriol and it’s spilling across … More
I’m a Brit, and spent two years living in the USA, returning in 2016, and am due to live there … More
This quote is from “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy. As explained in an earlier post, I am reading Tolstoy because … More
The text is here. This was a very personal experience yesterday when I used this Psalm for Ignatian prayer, and … More
This afternoon, among others, I have read two articles that worry me. The one that frightens me the most is … More
Here’s the text. In this chapter Job is tormented because it appears that he knows God is very close to … More
The link below is to extremely moving stories and photos of women who have suffered at the hands of Boko … More
Today is International Widows Day. The charity I run, Women Without Roofs, in Nepal would really appreciate your prayers for … More
I’ve had the phenomenal privilege over the past six weeks to be part of a Sante Group with the fabulous … More