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The Body of Christ

Today is the feast day of ‘Corpus Christi’ – when many parts of the Church across the world will give thanks for Christ’s Institution of Holy Communion, and all that it means and has meant over time for the Church. … Continue reading

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Faith and Religion

I found myself responding to someone’s post on a social media site… a friend of a friend was lamenting bitterly the gulf, as she saw it, between faith and religion… “Jesus was against religion” she wrote, “faith and religion have … Continue reading

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The Persons of the Trinity Love One Another

If you love, are in love with someone, you don’t want to lose any little bit of them, of their life, of what they’ve done or are doing, of what they’ve made or said or even of anyone or anything … Continue reading

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‘I don’t want to belong to any club that will accept people like me as a member’

Following on from my last post which centred on one, very skewed view of Church: I wanted to think about Church… and church… The title quote, by the way, is Groucho Marx. Many people who don’t go to church, imagine … Continue reading

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No wonder the Church Fathers are all balding!

When you look at an orthodox icon of one of the ‘Church Fathers’ (early Christian theologians of the first few centuries AD)… they are all painted with high domed foreheads. Presumably this is to indicate symbolically their great wisdom… but … Continue reading

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