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Superheroes they may be, but they still need a loving home. Tom Willcox finds a discreet pro-family message in Marvel movies.
Last week the world was humbled into silence by the memory of the Shoah. With that same spirit of genuine humility, we now present the latest edition of Adamah.
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Jonny Parreno journeys from the supermarket counter to the moon in the company of the simple salmon, and uncovers great pearls of wisdom along the way
Kevin Murphy recalls a meeting with Eric Lomax, one of the real-life survivors of the construction of the infamous bridge over the River Kwai. Lomax wrote about his experiences in the acclaimed book The Railway Man, published 25 years ago this year.
Kiran Makwana believes that for all its simplifications, The Two Popes can help Catholics go beyond the divisions in the Church.
In this second article in his Travelling where I am series, Joseph Evans explores silence’s hidden power and how it is necessary to make any journey meaningful.
Three poems exploring the refugee crisis, abandoned children and the power of silence.
Entry two: Glose discovers how publicly smothering your child in Sudocrem can win you and your family priority boarding on Lufthansa. Try it and see.