Monthly Archives: January 2018

Candlemas: Stepping Stones in Faith

Stepping stones are rather precarious. Yes, they offer a pathway across a stream, but they are often slippery and dry feet are not guaranteed. High water  can rise above them, and even in good conditions the traveller needs to have … Continue reading

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Epiphany 3: They Have No Wine!

Mary, the mother of all mothers is at a wedding, with her son and 12 of his laddish best mates. Eastern wedding celebrations are a big thing. They last for days and much pride is at stake for the parents … Continue reading

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Read Mark and Inwardly Digest? Where’s Nathanael?

Once again we find ourselves not in the Gospel of Mark! In this season of Epiphany the lectionary wants us to consider how those who met face to face with the adult Jesus responded to him, as well as the visitation … Continue reading

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Epiphany: Leaving by Another Road

  The night that Jesus was born a star hung from the sky. A star so bright that it shone light and hope into some of the darkest of places. A star so bright that it gained the attention of … Continue reading

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