Monthly Archives: February 2017

Keep it Reel: The Princess and the Frog

This is not a fairytale, yet another Disney princess story, a romantic dream come true of ‘happily ever after’: this is a much darker story of temptation, and what happens when we give into it. Which also makes it the … Continue reading

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Sunday before Lent: Let’s just rest here for a while….

I am writing this Sunday’s sermon whilst on holiday, a more organised vicar would have written the sermon and prepared all their services before going on holiday – I, however, am not that person. Most of my life is run on … Continue reading

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Soul Food: Valentine’s Loving your Neighbour

This coming week sees the arrival of Saint Valentine’s Day – love it or loathe it the festival is upon us and there is no way we can avoid it. Like Christmas, the feast of Saint Valentine has become commercialism’s … Continue reading

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Speaking Out, Finding the Light

Sex and Politics, the two subjects which should never be discussed in polite company, and yet I am going to try and engage with one of them this week: Politics. In last week’s papers Paul Auster commented, I’m going to … Continue reading

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