Fighting the “echo chamber” effect, one meal at a time.

Some reflections on our 12 Discussion Meals. As 2019 draws to a close, I’ve naturally been reflecting on a year that’ll soon be relegated to “the past”. For my wife Emily and I, one of the highlights of 2019 has been the Discussion Meals we’ve hosted since the start of the year. These have taken […]


For the month of May, I’ve become a Daily Mail reader #FightTheEchoChamber

Since the start of May, I’ve been doing something I’ve never done before: I’ve been buying and reading the Daily Mail newspaper once a week. I plan to continue doing this for the rest of the month. “Why?” you’re probably asking. Well, the idea popped into my head a few weeks ago as I was […]

Musings Politics

An Echo Chambermaid

Openness is a virtue. This is our belief. For progress to take place, for fresh ideas to flourish, for peace to reign, minds must be open. This is our creed. The ability to look at the world from the point of view of Another is one of life’s greatest goods, so the liberal liturgical texts […]