Monthly Archives: December 2013

Christmas Realities

The baby in the manger threatens no one at all At first sight this seems obvious: you can for example have a room full of the grumpiest adults, wallowing knee deep in themselves, and place a baby in their midst, … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas

I have really enjoyed – am enjoying this Christmas. Samantha Cosgrove, the head of my local Church of England Primary School has in the past accused me of being a Christmas grump. There is some truth in that. This year … Continue reading

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A Thought for Christmas

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things came into being through him, and without him not one thing came … Continue reading

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From a sacred place to a holy isle

I am going to be Vicar of Holy Island and Team Leader of the Bro Cybi Ministry Area on the Isle of Anglesey in the Diocese of Bangor. It is undoubtedly a thin place with a rich history of Celtic … Continue reading

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