Monthly Archives: March 2016

Doing the Whole Thing: Holy Week

So Holy Week is coming up! My thoughts turn to all the things that need to happen before we get to the end of Easter Day. It will be a ‘busy time’ as they say.   In many ways, doing … Continue reading

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Sporting Clubs and the Church: A Comparision In Initiation

Reflection 13-3-16 I am always amazed by the sophistication of sporting associations and their capacity to form and shape their players. (See this article here http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2003/12/05/1070351790106.html?from=storyrhs) They put new players through a formation regime that would show up the best … Continue reading

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I Got an Idea Why Donald Trump Is Popular

Watching the pictures of Donald Trump, and listening to him speak, my first reaction is to call him a buffoon and to dismiss him. Imagine talking of building a wall between the US and Mexico! Imagine seriously suggesting that the … Continue reading

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