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Issue No.104
24 July 2014
Main Story

Tackling Food Poverty

The exponential rise in the number of food banks
in the UK has prompted a huge amount of media interest and raised some challenging questions. Why are they needed in the seventh largest national economy in the world?



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Charity. Fuel of injustice?

Charity. Fuel of injustice?

Charity: fuel of injustice?

Mark Howard writes: One of the most striking images I have

come across in over 25 years working alongside the Church is

this one of the Angry Christ. I wonder who he is pointing at?

The moneychangers? The angry crowd? Me?



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Book reviews
Making Disciples in Messy Church

Making Disciples in Messy Church

Paul Moore was part of the team that launched the fi rst Messy Church in 2004. Since then Messy Church has spread worldwide as an intergenerational movement...

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Rhythms of Remembering

Rhythms of Remembering

The 'office' is a rhythm of prayer that is becoming more popular. It dates from the early centuries when Christians gathered together for daily prayer and is often associated with the clergy or members of monastic communities...

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The Testament of Mary

The Testament of Mary

This work of lyrical prose, a piece of religious imagination, tender, soul-rending, is deeply disturbing, almost shocking, as it presents the Virgin Mary's story as one of human loss rather than salvation...

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Etched by Silence

Etched by Silence

With a double page spread for each poem, Jim Cotter's unusual layout gives a sense of space and slow contemplation of each poem and its meaning...

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