Tackling extremism one word at a time, by Michael Binyon

16th Dec 2016 - 10:56 -- Tarot Couzyn

St Ethelburga's trustee Michael Binyon writes:  (first published in the Times, 31st Oct 2016)

Most of the refugee Syrian children in a classroom in Amman, the Jordanian capital, have been traumatised by violence and death. But the young teacher, supervised by a trainer, is using extra English classes to bring back the laughter.

The soul's calling: Living our potential in a world that has lost its way

25th Sep 2016 - 18:17 -- Justine Huxley

For those of us who deeply long to bring their spiritual commitment together with a meaningful social contribution in the world, a constant question is:  What is my soul’s calling?  How can I best be of service in the midst of a world that is falling apart?  How can find fulfillment while making a positive contribution to humanity in these times of challenge and transition?  

Updates from the front line: the terrible night has ceased

27th Jun 2016 - 15:55 -- Angharad Thain


Last week saw the momentus signing of the final agenda point in negotiations between the Colombian government and the FARC, ending over 50 years of armed conflict. Many thanks to Peter Cousins, member of Rodeemos el Dialogo Bogota for his update direct from Colombia. 

Cesó la horrible noche.