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Eric Hodgens. Easter Eggs and Hot Cross Buns.

Easter brings Easter eggs and hot cross buns. You see the egg and dart pattern on the frieze of some Victorian-period buildings. But it goes way back to classical times. The eternal question – life or death. Two men looked … Continue reading

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Paul Collins. Where, O death is now thy sting?

If I had a say in who were made saints there are three people I’d immediately nominate, and two of them are not Catholics! My first choice would be Dorothy Day and, thank God, she has begun the slow process … Continue reading

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Bruce Duncan. Perplexed by Easter

Perplexing and confronting. Whether believers or not, that is how many of us find the events of that first Easter week in Jerusalem. Here are the elements of high drama: betrayal, confrontation with Jewish and Roman authorities, a trial, torture … Continue reading

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Peter Day. He is Alive: the Spiritual ‘Big Bang’

I love science. It takes us to different places: places of pure logic, of non-emotion, of rational intelligence, of majesty and beauty – sometimes even to places beyond our wildest imaginations. Just think: 13.78 billion years ago our universe is … Continue reading

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