How many of you remember phone booths? (Everyone raises their hand). How many here have used a telephone booth sometime in your life? (Raised hands). How many of you used one in the past seven days? (
The true destination of any pilgrimage isn't the holy place; the destination of every pilgrimage is home.
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The shared meal, symbolic of shared life, is the centre of a household’s life, a community’s life. For the earliest followers of Jesus, the reenactment of his mission of shared abundance was the way t
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I don’t want to be tolerated. I refuse to be erased. I want to be listened to, understood, taken seriously, affirmed and maybe even accepted - for who I actually am.
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An unadorned Christmas tree, its branches having relaxed in the warm living room, stood in the corner. A string of Christmas lights lay out in a row along the wall. Checking for burned out bulbs, my m
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