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The Penitent Thief – Reflection for Good Friday

A few years ago, driving through Edinburgh, I went past a funeral director’s premises. Above it there was a tax accountant’s office on one of the upper floors. To this day I wish I had got out of the car … Continue reading

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A monster calls

The BBC seems at the moment to be choosing the films it shows very carefully. They know that people need a lift or perhaps something to inspire. Such a film, with a message for our time, is ‘A monster calls‘, … Continue reading

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Cross shining through the gloom

On Monday evening, as I suspect so many of us did, I watched the pictures coming live from Paris in a mixture of shock and disbelief as Notre Dame Cathedral blazed. The more I watched, the worse it looked and … Continue reading

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Good Friday – Love of God magnified

I came across an article in the online version of The Independent on Monday[1] – something I am going to have to get more used to seeing if I want to continue to read it after the last print edition … Continue reading

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