May Magazine 2018

May’s issue on Myth explores the human compulsion behind telling stories, with articles from Loralee Dyck, Matt Civico, and Hannah Foulger, as well as a via media piece on theological reflection by Mary Holmen.
You can download the pdf, or read it in Issuu below.
Individual articles:
Editorial and Bishop’s note
True Myth: Why do We Tell Stories? by Loralee Dyck
Story Creature by Matt Civico
A Galaxy of Stories by Hannah Foulger
I Believe… in the Communion of Saints by Mary Holmen


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