Monthly Archives: August 2013

The renewal of the laity – an opportunity lost and found

In  the late 1960’s, early 70’s, Renewal in the Holy Spirit arrived among us in the UK.  It had come from the United States, and not from the Pentecostals (and certainly not from the liberals) but from Anglo-Catholic Episcopalians.  For … Continue reading

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Why didn’t they ask Evans?

During this past year  I have re-read much of my collection of the detective fiction of P D James, Ruth Rendell – and of course, Agatha Christie, from whom I borrow the title  of this post. In this first year of a … Continue reading

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When words are used to hide the truth

Somebody remarked recently that we talk more and more and communicate less and less. The saying of Jesus, “Let your yes be yes and your no be no” (Matthew 5:37) seems forgotten in the torrent of words which people use. Earlier … Continue reading

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New Christians: the heart of the Ordinariate venture

Part of the Anglican Patrimony at Most Precious Blood, Borough, seems to be coffee after the Sung Mass on Sunday: and quite a lot of people stay to it. It’s a great opportunity to get to know people. I was … Continue reading

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