The Passion of Jesus in Trafalgar Square, London
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The Passion of Jesus in Trafalgar Square, London

On Good Friday, 15 April, the renowned Wintershall Players return to the heart of London with their awe-inspiring full-scale re-enactment of The Passion of Jesus, performed in the shadow of the National Gallery. Supported by the Mayor of London, the open-air production was first produced in London in 2010. With a cast of more than…

Poem: Breakfast in the Safety of a War-Zone
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Poem: Breakfast in the Safety of a War-Zone

The radio crackles into life beneath my clumsy early morning thumb, bringing the latest from a basement under siege. As the kettle boils a plume of smoke rises in the distance, followed seconds later by the dull thud of the landing shell. The loose dry leaves cascade like shrapnel into the pre-warmed pot. The clatter…

Fr Christy Fox MHM Remembered
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Fr Christy Fox MHM Remembered

A talented author, Fr Christy wrote three books: ‘Painted Butterflies: Memories of a Missionary’ (2015), ‘Our Lady’s Apron: A collection of articles on spiritual topics’ (2016) and ‘The Miracle of the Universe’ (2021). In one article from Mission Today, he discussed the miracle of a close and personal relationship with God, observing: ‘Modern research is…

Reviewing Colonial History through the Prism of Art
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Reviewing Colonial History through the Prism of Art

A leading Nigerian artist tells writer Molara Wood why his new installation at London’s St Paul’s Cathedral is important, as the world-famous building re-evaluates its memorials to historical figures including the admiral who led the campaign that resulted in the looting of the Kingdom of Benin. Source: bbc.com Continue reading