The Works Publisher’s Outlet currently has some really good resources that are ridiculously cheap! Over the course of the last week or so I’ve been tentatively ordering copies to give them a read. My experience is that when books like this appear in outlets they often stray far and wide from the source material. So
About six months ago we were talking about Hail Holy Queen. Let’s face it, we’d been watching Sister Act. We wanted to sing it with Metanoia but needed to make it work liturgically. We’ve reworked it to be about Jesus for Christ The King. We did it last night at Rock Mass and it worked
Thank the Lord it is self esteem Friday, perhaps now I can finally pay these bills. Hi, is that British Gas? I’m skint but I feel fantastic. I’m wondering, are you prepared to accept self esteem? I’ve been a bit busy of late. When we finished the final shout of “he is risen indeed” I
When Harold Ramis died it was a sad day for me. He was one of the actors in some of the first films I ever watched. As I sit typing away at my work on inculturation and Anglican liturgy I have Ghostbusters on the TV to keep me company. I had forgotten all about this
Who would have bought Milton jones was so sensible? If you haven’t already got it, buy his book.
Robb asked me to contribute to his blog because a lot of his recent writings about identy are the culmination of years of conversations we have had together. I remember as a teenager starting to read ‘The Imitation of Christ’ by the Christian mystic Thomas á Kempis, and giving up after about 4 pages due
Part three of my musings on identity. “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.” – John 10:10 I am not a cradle Christian. I’ve been a follower of the way for a little over 15 years since I arrived at university.
It has been a busy few weeks in our house. Beginning a new parish ministry at the start of advent is always going to feel like you are jumping onto a moving conveyor belt. We have also been consciously pressing the brakes and trying to ‘do’ advent without rushing into Christmas. This has involved some
Thanks to Fr Simon for sharing this on Facebook earlier.