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Sara Maitland



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  1. The Church has come a long way in 50 years, thank God
  2. Indulgence is one of those words that seem to have acquired negative connotations
  3. Indulgence is one of those words that seem to have acquired negative connotations
  4. As of the beginning of this year I have taken on the tenancy of a hermitage
  5. We have a serious problem in the Church with a secrecy default button
  6. What I have learned this Lent is how arrogantly opinionated I am
  7. Sometimes God carries us laughing, victorious. ‘Well done,’ he says joyfully
  8. Mary of Magdala encountered the risen Christ precisely because she stayed awake
  9. My children have grown up … but they are still my children
  10. I have discovered how impatient with myself and with God I can be
  11. We live in a country that endlessly privileges Christianity over other faiths
  12. ­It seems highly probable that I, along with most other human beings, will die in my sins
  13. I have never seen a Christmas card showing Salome, who doubted the virginity of Mary
  14. We live in a culture in which all the emphasis is focused on sexual love
  15. I think this is nonsense – pietistic, dualistic, exclusive, ugly, stupid nonsense
  16. We have lost the sense, strong in the early Church, that asceticism sets us free
  17. Chocolate is ‘innocent’ in the eyes of the Church. Its consumption breaks no fast
  18. Official teaching has changed throughout the whole history of the Church
  19. Beauty is getting a bad press, accused of being both ‘too subjective’ and ‘unjust’
  20. Beauty is getting a bad press, accused of being both ‘too subjective’ and ‘unjust’
  21. Beauty is getting a bad press, accused of being both ‘too subjective’ and ‘unjust’
  22. Beauty is getting a bad press, accused of being both ‘too subjective’ and ‘unjust’
  23. A triathlon is a dynamic and surprisingly theologically complete image of the Trinity
  24. A triathlon is a dynamic and surprisingly theologically complete image of the Trinity
  25. A triathlon is a dynamic and surprisingly theologically complete image of the Trinity
  26. A triathlon is a dynamic and surprisingly theologically complete image of the Trinity
  27. A triathlon is a dynamic and surprisingly theologically complete image of the Trinity
  28. There are more than 5,000 bishops – far more than the Pope can know personally
  29. We need to question the duty of priests not to disclose anything they learn from penitents
  30. We have never canonised an artist or a scientist for their witness to the creativity of God
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