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Learning to Appreciate Liturgy (Podcast)

Learning to Appreciate Liturgy (Podcast)

Welcome back to our budding podcast! In this 'Christmas' themed episode, we talk about liturgy, the meaning of 'religion', the importance of emotions, the history of Christmas, and its personal significance for each of us. We'd love to hear any comments, thoughts, or...

Growing up Evangelical (Podcast)

Growing up Evangelical (Podcast)

This is a first attempt at podcasting from a group of 3 of us in Cambridge (Mark Tatton, Nadya Pohran, and myself). We reflected on what we all had in common - that we grew up in Evangelical church communities. This led to questions like “What is the essence of...

Desiring and Knowing God

Desiring and Knowing God

The Christian tradition is filled with desire for God, a yearning for communion and intimacy with the divine. It is clear that this tells us something important about human beings: we constantly strive for a beyond that we may seem occasionally to glimpse in fleeting moments, but which we can never fully comprehend. But perhaps less obvious is that these longings may also tell us something about what is longed for, and that if what we desire is real, then this knowledge can help us grow in openness to it.

One Truth, Many Religions?

One Truth, Many Religions?

1.    The Rise of Pluralism It used to be easy to assume that other religions are wrong and mine is obviously right, without even giving reasons. Those who belonged to ‘other religions’ were far away from me, also foreign in their culture, and clearly wrong about so...

Visiting a Charismatic Catholic Conference

Visiting a Charismatic Catholic Conference

The collision of ‘Spirit-filled’ and ‘Sacramental’ worlds at a Charismatic Catholic conference made me reflect on the value of both these traditions and their power when they are together.

Understanding Life in Prison

Understanding Life in Prison

Day 4 of Learning Together in prison Go to day 1 Go to day 2 Go to day 3 Today, after arriving and spending the first hour getting through security, I met someone new: a fascinating person I will call Andrew. Andrew is a Catholic Christian, who spent a couple of years...

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