Tag Archives: Eucharist

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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The Gift

There is something that becomes apparent when your life is spent giving thanks… That is what the word ‘Eucharist’ is about… it literally means ‘good grace’ but in essence it means thanksgiving. What becomes apparent is: 1. Thanks truly is … Continue reading

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Christmas is coming…

This is my first Advent as an ordained minister. The run up to Christmas with a dog-collar on. Whilst there are lots of additional services, with schools and in homes, and I certainly feel ‘Christmassy’ like never before, since I’m … Continue reading

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IN the World but not OF the World

Perhaps that should be ‘in the Parish but not of the Parish’. I and my family have settled into the curate’s house in Royal Wootton Bassett and, since Salisbury Diocese are one of the few dioceses who currently ordain their … Continue reading

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The Work of the People

Last year I posted in ‘The Prayer of Work’, how impossible it is to engage with the glorious liturgy of the Church, without it triggering a response to the suffering in the world. Did you know that the word ‘Liturgy’ … Continue reading

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