Tag Archives: Glory

Humility

Humility is a strange quality; unlike joy, love, kindness or any of those typically sweet qualities Christians are supposed to value highly; humility is painful. True humility, a quality many mystics wrote about (often anonymously) , consists not of feeling … Continue reading

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Glory to God on High!

Sometimes it just has to be said! Glory to God! And in saying it… (not deciding to say it and then trying to mean in, but voicing it because it is in you fighting to get out,) despite whatever else … Continue reading

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A sense of hope

This week has been particularly hard… it has been a pretty challenging couple of months of formation, for various reasons, but this week has been particularly hard. I am not a ‘Calvinist’… I’m not entirely confident I could give a … Continue reading

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Land of Hope and Glory

So, I have finished the initial route-planning for the pilgrimage. The walk commences at Carlisle Cathedral and follows a path along Hadrian’s Wall then to Newcastle Cathedral. The longest stretches are the ones setting off from Oxford (back upwards), from … Continue reading

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