Art & CultureLifestyle

Drowning in a digital sea …

(6 minute read)
Is the increased presence of digital technology in our lives killing or enhancing our creativity? asks Tascha Von Uexkull.

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Stroll with Nicole

I’m coming home …

(3 minute read)
Nicole law finds inspiration to let go of old hurts in a famous painting

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FamilyMental HealthThought-provoking

Be like a tree

(6 minute read)
Clare Campbell finds powerful life lessons amid the branches and roots …

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Giants, faithful soldiers, morons, moral cowards and the truly wicked

(6 minute read)
Benedict Rogers invites us each to consider where we stand in the face of tyranny.

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Social Issues

How not to be an ostrich

(3 minute read)
As El Salvador goes to the polls on Sunday, Maria Renée Palomo offers her countrymen and women some advice on how to choose the right candidate, advice which has a relevance beyond the borders of El Salvador.

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History

Paradise Lost: The world’s debt to Iraq

(10 minute read)
Iraq is central to world civilisation and to the Bible and speaks to us of great journeys, exile, suffering and salvation. As he looks forward to Pope Francis’ visit to this country in March, Dr Emil Anton spares a thought for the many who have had to flee from it in modern times.

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Stroll with Nicole

When fasting from Instagram is harder than giving up meat on Fridays …

(3 minute read)
Nicole Law’s offers a very 21st century take on Lent.

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Art & CultureHistory

Life lessons from Roman splendour

(6 minute read)
The fading glory of an Italian church teaches Adam Brocklehurst about suffering and compassion.

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COVID-19LifestyleThought-provoking

From booze to belief …

(6 minute read)
Ben Thompson says more people are asking the ‘Big Questions’ beyond the bottle.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

A greater MAGA and a better Brexit – towards true patriotism

(11 minute read)
Patriotism involves recognising the limits of one’s own country and its need to be complemented by others, argues Joseph Evans.

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