Monthly Archives: March 2015

The great feast: it continues

Lent continues. Today I have focused on memories of those who have travelled with me previously. On my study wall is a cross. I am a Vicar. It goes with the territory. This one was fashioned by a carpenter named … Continue reading

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The great feast: twenty seventh day

I have been reading H is for Hawk. If I am honest when I set out on my Lenten journey, I should have finished it by Day 5, but here I am at the end of Mothering Sunday, still not … Continue reading

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The great feast: twenty fourth day

I am afraid for a variety of reasons my Lent went splat. I will blog about it one day. I have had more time that I might have expected to on my own. The noisy silence of the early mornings … Continue reading

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The great feast: fourteenth day

Today is filled with a mixture of things: administration, visiting, dog at the vet and Anglesey Synod discussing equal marriage this evening. I love visiting people in their homes. I find a conversation far easier to have than at Y … Continue reading

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The great feast: thirteenth day

Day 13 saw a trip to Sutton Coldfield. The signs for Lichfield set me thinking. Lichfield is the home of Chad’s great Cathedral, and March 2nd is the feast of Chad. After the celebrations of March 1st of David, Patron … Continue reading

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The great feast: twelfth day

Almost immediately after Peter confesses that Jesus is the Messiah, Mark has Jesus begin to redefine what Messiah is. Jesus is the one who follows the way of the cross. This would have been scandalous to the first hearers of … Continue reading

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