Monthly Archives: July 2011

Treasures of Heaven, Relics & Saint Christopher

I am just reading CHRIST a British Museum Book written by Rowena Loverance.  It caught my attention after my recent wonderful visit to the Treasures of Heaven exhibition. A wonderful exhibition of relics and their lavish reliquaries. British Museum – Treasures … Continue reading

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Nawal El Saadawi, F.G.M and British Rape Trials

A while back I blogged about F.G.M. Female Genital Mutilation I then myself out of anger, defiance and celebration responded to that post here Tabernacle As a doctor and human rights activist,  “Outspoken writer Nawal El Saadawi is one of Egypt’s leading feminists … Continue reading

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A Solitary Peace (part 2)

Amen x  My heart I place within your hands It beats outside of myself, to the rhythm of your name. My sleep is laced with filigree paths Each and every golden one leading me to you. A maze of latticed … Continue reading

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A relevant old 2009 blog – re-visited & revamped

A Solitary Peace I like myself.  I like my intentions. I have met myself when I am in a raw state, stripped away of all of life (other than survival).  I liked me, the core of me, what was left … Continue reading

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C.O.S.M.I.C

Children of St Mary’s Intensive Care is a charity which my family and I support.  All of my children have just walked 5K through Kensington and Hyde Park to raise money for equipment.  St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington is where … Continue reading

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Sky’s are Blue & the Meadows are Sweet

To two Altar Server’s  (very very special one’s) To be Christ’s page at the altar, To serve Him freely there, Where even angels falter, Bowed low in reverent prayer. To touch the throne most holy, To hand the gifts for … Continue reading

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Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition 2011

Since 1768 The Royal Academy has held the largest open contemporary art exhibition in the world.      Summer Exhibition 2011 – Exhibitions – Royal Academy of Arts Both established and emerging artists may submit up to two pieces of works … Continue reading

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