Posts from January 2017

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January 2017

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As we enter the New Year (yet another one I hear you say) and we dust off our resolutions and gather up our resolve to do better things, lose more weight, get fitter, be kinder, more thoughtful, more holy, work harder, I would like to suggest you do all of that in a meditative, thoughtful […]

December 2016

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If November is the month of remembrance December is the month of anticipation. For some it may be eager anticipation – for children the expectations of school days filled with little work as rehearsals are under way for Christmas plays, of school holidays and of much desired gifts at Christmas. As Christians we eagerly look […]

November 2016

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November has become the traditional time for remembrance with All Souls, All Saints Day and Remembrance Sunday in the month. This is also the month in which, with the issuing of the Christmas stamps, for the last 50 years my thoughts turn to my Christmas letter and the events of the past year.   Ever since […]

October 2016

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By the time you read this we will be celebrating and giving thanks for the Harvest. The starting point for Harvest has always been a veneration of and thanksgiving for the natural created order of things. Although the Old Testament prescribes a feast to celebrate the first fruits of the harvest and another to celebrate […]

September 2016

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This is the time of year for new beginnings: young children starting school, older ones venturing into secondary school; young adults commencing at University or beginning a new job. Altogether a challenging time. So how do we cope with these issues? We are all different , so of course we shall each have our own […]