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Intriguing letters show the challenges the world now faces

Fr Martin Magill


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'In relation to the search for a vaccine and the efforts of pharmaceutical companies to find one, he expressed the hope that if a vaccine is developed it will be a generic one for the good of all humanity.'

'In relation to the search for a vaccine and the efforts of pharmaceutical companies to find one, he expressed the hope that if a vaccine is developed it will be a generic one for the good of all humanity.'

'In relation to the search for a vaccine and the efforts of pharmaceutical companies to find one, he expressed the hope that if a vaccine is developed it will be a generic one for the good of all humanity.'

Along with many other people, over the course of lockdown I have been following what other churches have been doing as part of their online ministry.

I recently came across a very creative series which Belvoir Parish Church in south Belfast has started called Letters to the Post-Lockdown Church. On their YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRfo9UDA6ze2aT1grDLDu4Q) they describe the letters in this way: "We're sending letters to the future! No, you haven't stumbled across a Doctor Who episode - but our Letters to a Post-Lockdown Church series at Belvoir. How can we inspire and challenge the church of tomorrow with the insights of today - and especially, the lessons learnt over these last few months?"