Monthly Archives: June 2020

God is dwelling in my heart

I was very much inspired this morning by a blog post from Sr Silvana. She writes about her memories of her First Communion: http://allthislifeandheaventoo.blogspot.com/2020/06/seeped-into-every-sense.html We are fairly close in age and what she describes is very similar to my own … Continue reading

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What will this child turn out to be?

What will this child turn out to be? I have always loved this line from Luke’s account of the Birth of John the Baptist. The reader knows just who he will turn out to be. And yet, I am always … Continue reading

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First, last and central

Over these past few months many of us have had to adjust to some very challenging routines. We’ve lost the markers and structures that subtly orient us. If attending a church service on a Sunday was something that had become … Continue reading

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