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With around 13 million people now in lockdown food has become a national obsession. At the beginning of a lockdown there is inevitably a rush on non-perishable food, fresh fruit and vegetables and, you guessed it, toilet paper. Fruit and…

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With most of the country again under lockdown or other restrictions there has been much debate about the response of our leaders. In the first reading this Sunday, the prophet Jeremiah laments the poor leadership given by those to whom…

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With so many of us in lockdown once again, the Gospel today is an apt reminder that God is found not only in readily-identifiable religious places and things, but also in ordinary and everyday people and things. The presence of…

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