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A great response

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Hope, in the right way

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I take the marker lodged in my book for the last Sunday of year C and...

Jesus laughs

The shortest verse in the Bible is John 11:35, ‘Jesus wept’. He was on his way...

This is the day

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Conservation is a luxury

On arrival in 1905, Fr Joseph Moreau, the first Jesuit to settle in Zambia, defended his...

I’m alright, Jack

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