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Imitation is the Weirdest Form of Flattery

Imitation is the Weirdest Form of Flattery

Many of you, reading here, will have had your facebook profile cloned. Some of you have had your social media profile hacked. I’ve had some disconcerting and upsetting experiences online, but recently I had my twitter profile cloned – a new experience! Thanks for the vigilance of the online Liturgy community. And thanks to Twitter… Continue Reading

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Learning from Jesus the Jester 1

Learning from Jesus the Jester 1

It was April Fools’ Day recently. In an absolute monarchy, the jester (the fool) could communicate information to the monarch that other people, if they did this, would lose their head for. In a democracy, a political cartoonist or a late-night TV comedian has this role of a jester (a fool). A cartoon can convey… Continue Reading

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We Have The Technology

We Have The Technology

I was recently at an event where Sam Neill was talking to some teenagers about his life, acting, and films. He spoke about the changes in technology. One of the things that he said was that each of them had sufficient technology in their pocket. Sam spoke about a great film maker that he knows… Continue Reading

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Spirituality and Community on the Internet

Spirituality and Community on the Internet

I was asked to write an article for the quarterly NZ RC magazine “Liturgy”. This was published in the December 2016 edition. This is a publication of the Liturgy Centre. You can subscribe to the magazine by contacting Tina Coll tinac [AT] cda [DOT] org [DOT] nz . I am grateful for their permission to… Continue Reading

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Some Thoughts From Holiday

Some Thoughts From Holiday

Holidays are often a good time to look at how things are done elsewhere, to view things differently, and reflect… I recently had some holiday and so looked around church buildings I was unfamiliar with, and tried to find out how to get to services in places I was not used to. In your own… Continue Reading

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The Internet as Sacred Space

The Internet as Sacred Space

I want the internet to be a sacred space, and believe that together we can enhance this one pixel at a time. Hence, this website, and the digital Chapel. Recently I was challenged: @Liturgy Prayer request. Will you tweet 7 prayers in 7 days? See https://t.co/iuncFcPUqL We want to feature your prayers to inspire more.… Continue Reading

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