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A mixture of material has been put together to tell the story of the Taizé community’s founder, in Choose to Love: Brother Roger of Taizé 1915-2005. Some of the words are his own, including texts that he had hoped to publish in a book on which he was working in the last few weeks of his life. With his words are extracts from the messages of condolence the community received after Brother Roger’s death (from www.decanimusic.co.uk, for the price of £10.99).

A series of pamphlets published by the Church Army is called Encounters on the Edge. It has two new titles: Café Church 1: Caffeine, croissants and Christ? And Café Church 2: Double Jesus with cream and sugar. Both of these have a short introduction, followed by a two case studies, and end with analysis. They are available from www.encountersontheedge.org.uk for £4 each.

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