Tag Archives: death

Beautiful Suffering

On Saturday evening I took myself off to see the acclaimed film Amour.  It was beautiful and devastating.  It was heartbreaking.  It would have been a difficult film for anyone to watch alongside ones partner, understanding the potential of what … Continue reading

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Beyond all the World

I have just come back from a . . . . . . . . Pilgrimage to Rome.   I left a blank space whilst I try to think of a word to describe my pilgrimage.  I ponder for a … Continue reading

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Gods presence & our transcendence

In my last post I talked about St Dominic and his 9 ways of prayer, and of how it provided us with an understanding of how both physical and mental prayer combined, acted as a visible conduit between St Dominic … Continue reading

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The English National Ballet and Friedrich Ruckert

Black and White If there’s only one treat you shouldn’t deny yourself of this Lent, then It has to be this Ballet. It is an awkward ecliptic mix of the contemporary and classical and is by no means perfect. But … Continue reading

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