Monthly Archives: December 2016

Soul Food: Saying Farewell to 2016

  To say that 2016 has been rather a diabolical year, would not be overstating matters. Politically I am still in a state of shock over both Brexit and Trump; the year began with the image of a child in … Continue reading

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Christmas Day: Unexpected Visitors

It’s Christmas Eve.You have sneaked the laptop home in order to avoid the winter travelling conditions and to escape from the bugs flying around at work. A quiet day of getting your head down and clearing up the backlog is … Continue reading

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Midnight Mass: In the beginning was the word…

I wonder what first comes to mind when your hear that phrase ‘In the beginning was the word’. As a child of the 90s. Sadly I am reminded of the terrible late night, post pub, magazine programme ‘The Word’. Looking … Continue reading

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Advent 4: Make a u-turn when available!

This week I went to see the panto – Oh yes I did! It was one of the best productions of Cinderella I have ever seen, but then I may be biased as my 9 year old was one of … Continue reading

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Advent 3: Waiting….

‘I just can’t wait for Christmas’, almost every child in the kingdom cries, and almost every mother sighs, wishing that there were more hours in the day in which to get everything done, because ‘Christmas’ is just one long ‘to … Continue reading

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Advent 2: Prepare ye the Way!

John’s role as prophet is to point towards that coming forgiveness, to focus the attention upon Jesus and then to withdraw into the background.
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