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Sara Maitland

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  1. ‘One man told me that Our Lady had told him to come and live in a tent in my garden’
  2. ‘We forget that 100 years ago most women wore veils on some occasions’
  3. ‘It is not easy at all to talk about personal experiences of God’
  4. ‘It is infinitely easier to kill if you do not have to see death happen’
  5. ‘We have prayed for priestly vocations and it seems that these prayers are not being granted’
  6. ‘St Wilgefortis defeated her father’s attempts to marry her off by sprouting a beard’
  7. ‘It is not surprising that these ancient Churches are grouchy and competitive’
  8. ‘I drove home through a landscape infused with new loveliness’
  9. This is the season of freedom, beauty and abundance
  10. Are we travelling home or journeying to an as yet unknown new world?
  11. We are a culture that believes in apologies but not repentance
  12. The single-track road imposes an obligation of courtesy on us all
  13. There was, for me, an undercurrent of sadness in Egypt
  14. Like single malts, the NHS is an expensive luxury product, but worth paying for
  15. She for God only
  16. I rather miss the whooping and thumping of slightly wild joy that I used to feel
  17. We have a marked tendency to become upset if anyone tries to change our religious imagery
  18. What on earth can complementarity actually be?
  19. Who cares how many fish there were? Who counted?
  20. It is affirming to realise how many of the forces and powers of the Creation are silent
  21. Particular charisms, such as priesthood, come more like the dawn than a lightning bolt
  22. Travelling by train is fun, lovely and stress-reduced
  23. The movement of rocks makes me think about Petrine authority
  24. I would suggest that Joseph was ‘trafficked’ down to Egypt
  25. I am quite often asked by atheists if I believe in angels