Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Cost of Christmas Openness

Reflection 30-12-12   It is no wonder that clergy get the week after Christmas off. The last few days, I have been wrecked, so I am glad not to have to worry too much about the Church, but to recover. … Continue reading

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Graham Greene’s ‘The Heart of the Matter’: Reflections on Christian Life

Reflection 16-12-12Having a lot of Graham Greene books around in the Church’s bookstall, and knowing that he has been called a ‘Catholic’ author has prompted me to read some more Greene. I have just finished reading ‘The Heart of the … Continue reading

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Negotiating difference, not with democracy but with Table Fellowship and Prayer

This letter from Charles Whitehouse from St. Andrew’s in Zürich sparked my attention. He writes in their magazine, ‘Sadly I have to inform you that it is time for me to relinquish the office of Reader in the Church of … Continue reading

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