Epiphany
Magi journey

Magi journey

Here T.S. Eliot (who died 49 years ago today) reads his Epiphany poem, Journey of the Magi. 'A cold coming we had of it, Just the worst time of the year For a journey,...

cure for dis-ease

cure for dis-ease

One of the disadvantages of living just west of the international dateline is that priests' and popes' (I'm enjoying shifting that apostrophe while we can) blogs don't...

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sky gazing

sky gazing

The disciples were full of joy at the Lord’s definitive departure. We would have expected the opposite.

farm time

farm time

Now there’s a sabbatical inspiration: learning to wait. Yes I might plant seeds, but God brings the harvest.

ponderings

ponderings

There people gather on their own turangawaewae, the place where they stand, lead and are most at home

an unexpected gift

an unexpected gift

Without a doubt the highlight of these days has been the response to my invitation

the peripheries

the peripheries

Jesus knows the peripheries of our heart, the peripheries of our soul, the peripheries of our society