Monthly Archives: December 2014

God Comes to Me Where he Promises to be present, and like a Thief in the Night.

When I get depressed, I get angry with God. It’s like ‘From those who have not, even that which they have will be taken from them’, because when I most need to be in communion with God, I am most … Continue reading

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The Eucharist: Acting Oiurselves into New Ways of Thinking and Speaking

The other week someone mentioned just how many words there were in Church on a Sunday. “So many words!” They said. Well yes.  This prompted me to think about the Eucharist again, and what it is. Clearly, when the archaeologists … Continue reading

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Having a Story, yes, But what Kind?

Last Tuesday night we started our ‘enquiry’ group for deepening of faith with some newer members of the congregation. The usual procedure for this kind of group is to begin with story telling. We draw a line on the paper, … Continue reading

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