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Reform Magazine | January 21, 2021

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Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I made an accidental prophecy’

03/11/2020 |

Paul Kerensa makes an accidental prophecy

When the nights draw in, my diary normally gets busy. Colder months need a bit of cheer, so my comedian colleagues and I would brighten dark days via light entertainment. Oh and a raffle. … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘Aching in body, I was renewed in spirit’

03/11/2020 |

Sheila Maxey watches clouds gather

In last month’s column, I said that ‘provisional’ seems to be the word these days. Now, it looks like we have to expect six months more of this provisionality and uncertainty.

When friends ask me … Read More

Art in focus: November 2020

23/10/2020 |

Remembrance James Charles, oil on canvas

A young girl, dressed in black, waters red flowers on a grave in the churchyard. Behind her, a man turns towards the church. As we study the painting and think about this quiet moment, … Read More

Editorial: Keep the stories coming

23/10/2020 |

I have been poring over old copies of Reform for a book I’m writing, and was struck by John Gregory’s editorial from the third issue, in January 1973. What has changed, and what hasn’t!

Good news first: it looks as … Read More

Reviews – November 2020

23/10/2020 |

Subdue the forest

WolfwalkersDirected by Tomm Moore and Ross StewartCertificate PG, 100 minutesReleased 30 October, then on Apple TVfrom 13 December

The tree cutters attempting to clear the forest around the walled town of Kilkenny, Ireland, live in fear of … Read More

Interview: The story that changed everything

23/10/2020 |

Historian Tom Holland talks to Stephen Tomkins about the Christian story

Tom Holland’s home ground as a historian is the classical world of Rome, Greece and Persia. He wrote his deservedly bestselling Dominion: The making of the western mind (Little … Read More