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searching together

searching together

That’s a great picture of the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Pope Francis together. 

I have spent time this week taking part in the twice-yearly Anglican Catholic dialogue of Aotearoa New Zealand.

searching

searching

Since Fr. Graeme Blackburn's tragic death on Monday night we have been united in grief: Graeme's mother Erin (above embracing Graeme at his ordination last year) and...

extinction or life?

extinction or life?

I was skimming through the Food For Faith archive last week and found a Radio New Zealand interview from March 2011. RNZ had phoned me on receiving the results of a...

we are found

we are found

It's Sunday night and after giving the homily four times at Masses around the Hurunui (this weekend Hanmer Springs, Amberley, Hawarden & Waiau) I think I have...

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little signs

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let’s talk

At any hour of the day or night Jesus is inviting you: “Come now, let us talk this over.”

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He tangata

So that people know which table you are at simply scribble FFF on a table napkin, take a seat and wait.