Galilee of the nations

‘It is a Saturday. There won’t be much traffic’. I set off walking to the small lighthouse on the strand and, turning a corner, ran into...

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So 2020 has arrived! It has a ring about it.  Soon we will remember – I...

This is the day

On 17 April 1980, we made our way to Rufaro Stadium to witness the birth of...

I’m alright, Jack

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This Sunday, 13 October, John Henry Cardinal Newman will be declared a Saint by Pope Francis...

This is what Christianity looks like in Zimbabwe

Fellowship naturally flows from the Christians in Zimbabwe in a way I have never seen. Fellowship...

Catholicism and the Making of Politics in Central Mozambique 1940-1986

Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora. Belfast, Boydell and Brewer 2019...

Dressed for action

I feel sorry for the soldiers patrolling the streets of Srinagar. They have to enforce their...

Search and you will find

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Peeling an orange

The late Jean Vanier, the founder of l’Arche communities, used to tell the story of giving...

He was moved by compassion when he saw him

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He who veins violets

Yet God (that hews mountain and continent, Earth, all, out; who, with trickling increment, Veins violets and tall...

The courage of Joshua Wong

I am shaken when I read of the courage of some young people.  ...

The martyrs of Uganda

We do not see and touch the presence of God in the world as we do...

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