Monthly Archives: April 2011

England’s Nazareth – Walsingham

Nazareth near Sandringham Sacred mysteries: Christopher Howse finds that the king who rebuilt Westminster Abbey had another favourite shrine, in Walsingham Detail of a 14th-century pewter pilgrim badge depicting the Annunciation Photo: MUSEUM OF LONDON / BRIDGEMAN ART LIBRARY 5:40PM BST … Continue reading

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LOW SUNDAY SERMON – ‘Forgiveness’

  Sermon for Low Sunday 01 May 2011 – 8am (1662) Mass St. Michael & All Angels, Christchurch AS THE FATHER SENT ME – SO AM I SENDING YOU! Let us think, for a moment, about the events of that … Continue reading

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‘GENDER CONTINUUM’ – A Theological Reflection

Episcopal Divinity School Embraces “Gender Continuum” Seminary Event Seeks to Upend Traditional Views of Sex By Jeff Walton http://www.theird.org/Page.aspx?pid=1656&frcrld=1 October 26, 2010 The binary concept of sex as either male or female is an illusion, according to an event at … Continue reading

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ST BARNBABAS THRIVES – Despite the Ordinariate

Easter 2011 Published on 24 April 2011 by admin in Friends, News  On Easter Sunday, Fr Derek once again led us in worship with the assistance of a loyal team of servers and choir. This was the end of the first … Continue reading

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Common sense about the Ordinariate

Riazat Butt has written an excellent article for the Guardian, titled Catholic defectors will leave Anglicans breathing sigh of relief – bishop. Bishop Christopher Hill of Guildford is quoted: A Church of England bishop says congregations will breathe a “sigh … Continue reading

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LETTER TO A 6 YEAR-OLD – by the Archbishop of Canterbury

A six-year-old girl writes a letter to God. And the Archbishop of Canterbury answers By Damian Thompson Religion Last updated: April 22nd, 2011 Archbishop Williams plays God (Photo: Getty) There’s a charming article in today’s Times by Alex Renton, a … Continue reading

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ANDREW MCGOWAN – “CHRIST OUR PASSOVER”

Christ our Passover: Making Sense of the Gospel Accounts of Jesus’ Death This year’s Eastertide literary sensation is, on the face of it, a conservative rather than a radical one. Since the whole “lead codices” thing peaked too early and … Continue reading

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