Something I pray:
Take me where
you want me to go,
Let me meet
who you want me to meet,
Tell me what
you want me to say,
And keep me out of your way.
(Revd Mychal Judge OFM
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Monthly Archives: May 2009
I’ve been sent this by one of my All Saints Basingstoke friends, in response to my enquiries about Eucharistic theology. It is a worthy reminder that no single view should be valued above any other, but each has a personal … Continue reading
An old posting from Maggi Dawn, but it jumped out at me from a column of old references on her blog, because it’s a phrase I’ve heard a lot in the last couple of weeks Lectio Divina is something Belinda … Continue reading
Maggi Dawn talking about the period between Ascension and Pentecost as a period of Waiting… reminding me of Paula Gooder’s Advent book on waiting. Having an explanation of what a “novena” and an “octave” is may also have uses in … Continue reading
Review of the album I most want to get this year: focus: the duckworth lewis method « teatunes It sounds like it’s going to be great… for any Neil Hannon or cricket fan HT to Alec for this! Update: the … Continue reading
Yesterday morning, as we sat down to breakfast, a baby Blue Tit flew into the french window and wobbled, stunned on the patio step. Needing to rescue it from our dog or the local moggies, I dashed outside and picked … Continue reading
Graham found this when looking for ‘think spot’ inspirations – it was almost completely unrelated to what he was looking for, but had resonances for both of us, and may have uses related to marriage prep work I might be … Continue reading
Posted originally elsewhere on Feb. 28th, 2008 at 8:24 PM H was at the now infamous ‘Sharia’ speech last week, and thought the Rowan Williams was really good (despite what the press said). Today I had my chance to hear … Continue reading
I am desperately trying to complete my placement report. In it I (currently) say: “My understanding is that grace is “the transformation… of human life” and Jesus as offering us this undeserved relationship with God through his death and resurrection … Continue reading
One to return to: maggi dawn: The TED Commandments tips for public speaking that will put a smile on your face! Blogged with the Flock Browser