Monthly Archives: June 2012

Him in all Things?

It is beautiful on my morning walk at the moment.  The rain and intermittent hot sunshine has made for breath-taking lemon and lime green brush strokes of wheat, ink tipped with a darker green.  Green wheat billowing in a Mexican wave … Continue reading

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A Reading Week – In Contradiction.

I have read much this past week about Thomas Merton.  Beneath the Mask of Holiness is a meditation by Mark Shaw on the life of the great monk who sought understanding knowledge and intimacy with God, through a life struggling … Continue reading

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Spiritual Direction, Sunpools & St Rose of Lima

At university on Saturday mornings before our lecture, we begin the day with morning prayer with the Sister’s of the Maria Asumpta Chapel, and then Mass.  It is a beautiful and blessed way to start any day, and especially study … Continue reading

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Falling in Love

  One of the most beautiful and special peices of writing that I have ever been witness to, that I can ever claim to be Truth are the words below.  The words came at the precise time that God chose … Continue reading

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Faith or ever Such Sweetly . . . Madness.

The pilgrimage so far has been . . . (she stops to think of an appropriate word) . . . (and then decides to let her reader come up with their own word). But there were several ways in which … Continue reading

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The Way

John 14:6 ‘Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’ † † Luke 10:42 ‘Mary hath chosen the best part, which shall not be taken away … Continue reading

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Pentecost 2012

Pentecost (2012) “You have come home, mags.  Like a pilgrim who has walked a long way, you have had to travel far but now you can stop and be.  Early Christians used to say that ‘the world was created for … Continue reading

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