Monthly Archives: August 2015

How the word ‘Traditional’ closes down conversation tha ought to be opened up

Reflection 30-8-15 The ‘gay marriage’ debate has drawn in a lot of commentators. Recently, Brian Houston of ‘Hillsong’ has issued a statement occasioned by the engagement of one of his choir directors to a member of the choir. He says … Continue reading

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On Finding Out The Meaning of ‘Low Rise’ Jeans and Rap Music

I have just become aware of the meaning two pieces of modern culture, of which I was completely ignorant. Finding this out has been an eye-opener for me. I had never thought about why people started to wear their jeans … Continue reading

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Being Communities of Disciples of the Reign of God: Church beyond Consumerism and the Market

Having our Church on ‘Facebook’ has made for some interesting reading. There are lots of posts from people which discuss ‘Who is leaving the Church and Why’, ‘Why I am staying’, ‘What I like about the Church.’ Here is my … Continue reading

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More on Physicality and Sacraments

Last week we read in the Gospel that the ‘work’ that God wants us to do is to believe in Jesus. So then at our Gospel Reflection Group last Tuesday, we got onto the subject of the relationship between Sacraments … Continue reading

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