Monthly Archives: April 2011

Alleluias most of the way

I have endeavoured to blog during Lent alongside Mark Elcocks, a member of my congregation. Mark’s blog can be found via http://www.stmichaelsb32.org.uk. I am glad Easter is here. It only makes sense if we use it as a springboard to … Continue reading

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Good Friday

Meanings in and around the Cross The Three Hours are for me for of the most sacred times of the Christian Calendar.

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Reflections for Maundy Thursday Bowl and a Towel: what if?

1It was before Passover, and Jesus knew that the time had come for him to leave this world and to return to the Father. He had always loved his followers in this world, and he loved them to the very … Continue reading

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Two Swords: Reflections for Holy Wednesday

35Jesus asked his disciples, “When I sent you out without a moneybag or a travelling bag or sandals, did you need anything?” “No!” they answered.    36Jesus told them, “But now, if you have a moneybag, take it with you. Also … Continue reading

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Reflections for Holy Tuesday: Sheep and Goats

31When the Son of Man comes in his glory with all of his angels, he will sit on his royal throne. 32The people of all nations will be brought before him, and he will separate them, as shepherds separate their … Continue reading

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Temple and Tree: Thoughts for Holy Monday

Mark 11 12When Jesus and his disciples left Bethany the next morning, he was hungry. 13From a distance Jesus saw a fig tree covered with leaves, and he went to see if there were any figs on the tree. But … Continue reading

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Meanings

Booklet – Meanings – bookfold

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