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A bucket load of fish Photo by Zeshalyn Capindo on Unsplash
In The Tempest, Prospero is worried lest too light winning Make the prize light 1. Jesus feeds the people with a food which is a very valuable prize and which is not lightly won. Jesus asks: Where can we buy some bread for these people to eat? He only said this to test Philip. He himself knew exactly what he was going to do. The Lord knows that all will be well. Nevertheless for Philip, and probably for us, the searching question from Jesus, puts us on our mettle. What are we to say to him...
Despite being in the nation’s economic powerbase, why do some of us in London experience food poverty? We will be exploring the economic and social reasons that lead to food poverty and inequality. We will hear from charity, voluntary and church groups involved in these issues. We will examine some of the community responses: from food banks to breakfast clubs (and beyond).With: Fr Michael Dunne, Bow Food Bank; Professor Jon May, Queen Mary University of London, Fr John Moffatt SJ, Hurtado...