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July/August 2020 Archives - Reform Magazine

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

Here & now: Rachel Mander

26/06/2020 |

Rachel Mander imagines how the world could respond to coronavirus

What do your dreams say about what you value? I’ve been reflecting on this question in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In the space of half a year, 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