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Moments of tenderness are hard to find in Adam McKay’s Netflix feature film “Don’t Look Up”. The few scenes of gentleness that do nudge their way into the movie all centre around one minor and mostly overlooked character. Appropriately, for a movie released just before Christmas, his name is Yule.

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I suppose my last, after thirty plus years of writing a story to read to the children in church on Christmas Day:

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As part of our virtual Christmas Pageant this year, I have written a short Christmas reflection from Mary.

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In preparation for the fourth Sunday of Advent:

I.

Love is not a goal to attain.

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In preparation for “Joy Sunday”

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… the more they stay the same.

Thirteen years ago today I reflected on the uncertainties of life and wrote:

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I recently sent an email to our Parish Council, expressing gratitude for those who are supporting the ministry of livestreaming our Sunday worship. My email triggered an exchange which, with my correspondent’s permission is copied below:

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