Holy Land Pilgrimage 2015
Papua New Guinea Pilgrimage in August 2015
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Not borne on morning wings Of majesty'
...from Immanence by Evelyn Underhill,
(Mrs. Stuart Moore)
The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. 1917.
Category Archives: Faith goes walkabout
The Parable of the Sower – Rocky ground, thorns and good soil. We all have time with rocky ground, thorns and good soil. I would like to tell you about my garden. Living in a new house for nearly a … Continue reading
Mary Magdalene is of high importance in the story of Jesus, not just for the role she played as one of the women by the cross , but throughout all the gospels she appears and is seen with Jesus and … Continue reading
Light up a Life services with the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House are being held this week. Over a hundred people joined us on Sunday 4th December, at King’s Lynn Minster and lit candles which were placed on the altar. Carols … Continue reading
Advent calling. Are you getting ready, what can you actually do to get ready, how much time do you need and will this have the right effect? My Advent reading this year is with Tom Wright, a great writer of commentaries … Continue reading
A training and seminar workshop for clergy and medics, at The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House was held on Sept 16th 2016. Over 40 participants from across Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire, listened to three speakers and enjoyed time together sharing stories … Continue reading
On the warm summers evening in Nice, people were out celebrating Bastille Day, enjoying family time, friendship, camaraderie and the beautiful setting of the promenade, the Mediterranean and the city. The destruction that followed is beyond description and belief, I … Continue reading
This has been an amazing two weeks in the UK, a referendum that has seen us exiting Europe, unbelievable and now unstoppable. There is so much to say that I am lost for words and maybe this isn’t the … Continue reading
We have been supporting Kalpana and her family in Nepal for five years now. She is the oldest girl in her family and they live in the countryside and mountains of Nepal. We were delighted to receive these photos of … Continue reading
Via Dolorosa Last year on pilgrimage to the Holy Land we walked along the Via Dolorosa. The Via Dolorosa, or the Way of Sorrow, winds along the narrow streets of Jerusalem’s Old City. It is the traditional route and follows … Continue reading