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by David Winter

Holy spooks
TO THE HAGUE, for a weekend with the Anglican chaplaincy. The Saturday was Alpha on the Holy Spirit, and the next morning, to demonstrate the richly varied pattern of modern church life, was the annual Remembrance Sunday service in the presence of the British Ambassador. The Dutch tend to celebrate their own Liberation Day rather than 11 November, but the various expatriate communities of the wartime allies still mark what used to be called ...

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