April Magazine 2020

In April’s issue of RLN, we’re exploring “Endings.” No, this issue isn’t as bleak as the title would suggest. Alex Jackson offers a reflection on how endings can be moments of transformation. Rachel Twigg Boyce writes about how to recognize when something does truly need to end. And, Helen Holbrook relates her experiences in palliative care as a spiritual health worker. In via media, Jane Barter examines the theology of Jean Vanier after the L’Arche Report about his abuse of six women. Plus, we’ve got a gorgeous image for Easter on page 13.

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