Jacob Rees-Mogg, Grenfell & how we can do the same in the church

Yesterday, Jacob Rees-Mogg got into trouble for making the following comments: Most of the frustration has centred on what Rees-Mogg called, ‘common sense.’ It appears

Freedom to speak; wisdom not to speak

In true political fashion, somebody has said something and a lot of other people are up in arms that they dared to say it. That

Martina Navratilova is hoist by her own prohibitive “consequence free” petard

Martina Navratilova is has come under fire for claiming that it is ‘cheating’ for transgender women to enter female sports tournaments. She first received criticism

What does the word ‘Christ’ mean? A swing and a miss by Richard Rohr

Here is some nonsense I read yesterday: Sigh. pic.twitter.com/gQtkbgDKKg — Fr. SJM-C+ (@FatherSJMC) October 7, 2018 Here is my hot take on it: If true,

The speaker is the master but words, nonetheless, mean specific things

Words have specific meanings. Granted, the meaning of words may change over time. But it is certainly true that at any given point in time,

In defence of Twitter and online discussion

I have seen a load of comments bemoaning Twitter of late and the reality of online discussion in general. Truth be told, I do get

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