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Issue No.106
30 May 2015
Main Story

Companions on the road

Companions on the road

Sue Sheppy explores the meaning and value of what is known as spiritual direction

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Other Stories
Charting the Journey

Charting the Journey

Charting the Journey

Melanie Tranter explores a different way of reflecting on our lives of faith

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Redeeming every part

Redeeming every part

Redeeming every part

Emma Scrivener shares her struggle with anorexia - and stresses the importance of grace

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Book reviews
In the Midst of Life

In the Midst of Life

"In the midst of life" is the so rarely talked about matter of death.

Jennifer Worth's Call the Midwife books described her experience in the East End of London in the 1950s and inspired the TV series. Just as she was present in the very first moments of life, later she went on to witness the different experiences of patients drawing towards the end of their days.

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Iona – The Other Island

Iona – The Other Island

If you haven't visited Iona, this "beautiful spiritual evocation of Iona" will encourage you to take the pilgrimage to its shores. If you have experienced the splendour of the island, it will transport you back to this special place.

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Polly’s Little Kite

Polly’s Little Kite

From the publisher that gave us Irene the Elephant, we have another delightful children's story about Little Kite.

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Arthur’s Call

Arthur’s Call

This is an extraordinary book about two extraordinary lives. Arthur was born brain damaged, with an abnormally small head. Seizures in early years further increased the damage, so that communication and mobility are severely restricted. 

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