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Reform Magazine | April 15, 2021

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July/August 2020

News comment: Our sons matter

26/06/2020 |

Traci Blackmon reflects on Black Lives Matter protestsin the US

‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men [persons] are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, … Read More

I am… a L’Arche core member

26/06/2020 |

Kathy Louise Barton describes life as a L’Arche core member

I used to live with my mum, Mary, and Tommy. Tommy is a cat, and he used to sleep with me in my bed. Tommy liked the sunshine, to play … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘What does being generous mean now?’

26/06/2020 |

Sheila Maxey wonders how to be generous in lockdown

A poem by John O’Donohue which has helped me throughout this lockdown is now bothering me. It begins: ‘This is the time to be slow /… until the bitter weather passes’. … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘They crossed, the Red Sea two metres apart’

26/06/2020 |

Paul Kerensa and pals rewrite the Bible from a lockdown perspective

If you watch TV from the ‘old times’ (filmed before March 2020), it can be unsettling. There are actors not socially distancing all over the place. We watched a … Read More

Editorial: Keep appreciating

26/06/2020 |

I took a little bit ill last week. Nothing very specific, certainly not youknowwhat, but it was enough to put me in bed. The next morning, I felt well again. No, that’s not quite right. The next morning, I felt … Read More

Reviews – July/August 2020

26/06/2020 |

The new normal?

Fanny Lye Deliver’dDirected by Thomas ClayCertificate 18, 110 minutesReleased digitally on 26 June

Shropshire, 1657. The aftermath of the English Civil War and a time when ideas about politics, relationships, religion and society are up for grabs. … Read More