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Ready to race generous, finish big

Ready to race generous, finish big

In a rare moment of idiocy admission, I wrote here a couple of years ago of owning a part of a racehorse, Azaross, a horse with ever-so-tiny connections to genealogical greatness in France.

Middle Eastern Christians; going, going ... gone

Middle Eastern Christians; going, going ... gone

Two high-profile incidents occurred last week, at opposite ends of the Arab world.

Long flight via Purgatory - and to top it off there was no beer

Flying without feathers is unnatural, and we forget this too easily. We zoom along at 1100kmh and 30,000 feet, ordering drinks. Our penance for the arrogance of flying is having to endure airports.

Unsullied Christian virtues bind community

Unsullied Christian virtues bind community

Ian Harris reflects on living a Christian presence in modern communities.

When bombs fall like rain, how will they know peace?

When bombs fall like rain, how will they know peace?

Each day the situation in Gaza gets more desperate, writes Osama Damo, a Save the Children staff member based there.

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