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The Church God needs us to be

If we look at the world with attention, we see quickly that it is beautiful, that it glows with the beauty of the God who created it; if we look attentively at each other we discover the same thing, that is, the first and deepest truth about creation.

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We are all in the 'field hospital'

At the conclusion of the first Gulf War, the United States held a parade in Washington DC to proclaim its victory. This included a huge military display of tanks, armoured cars and aeroplanes in the city centre so visitors could see the weapons they had used to win the war.

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Pentecost: not one but 50 days

The early understanding of Pentecost as a time of continuing joy following the ascension of Jesus remains a significant focus for the Church, writes JENNY O’BRIEN, liturgy educator with the Office for Worship.

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Changed forever by the birth of Zayn

To mark World Down Syndrome Day on March 20, Dr ROBERT WALLEY, founder of MaterCare International and a consultor to the Pontifical Council for Health pastoral Care, wrote about his own personal experience of the genetic condition following the birth of his grandson.

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Easter a time of hope

The exciting news of the proposed meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is an opportunity for us to accompany the preparation for that meeting with our prayers.