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Thought for the month – November 2022

I recently had cause to write a short piece on whether or not the Celtic Church was a separate organisation from the Roman Church (it wasn’t!). During my background reading, I came across various [...]

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Thought for the month – October 2022

Courage, je pense a vous. A fellow Chevetogne oblate messaged us the morning of February 24th 2022. He knew that my husband is originally from Ukraine and that our family and friends were still there.

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Thought for the month – August 2022

A few weeks ago, I had a short stay in Paris. I was eager to go to Notre Dame Cathedral once again on my visit, to see how the restoration was progressing after the tragic fire in April 2019.

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Thought for the month – May 2022

We, the Oblates of Stanbrook, have been mulling over the idea of Synodality. Synodality is very much the buzz word but it is a neologism and no one is quite sure what it means or what Pope [...]

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Thought for the month – April 2022

It would seem in the space of two thousand years, everything that could have been written about Easter, has been, except of course our own stories. As children of the Resurrection Easter is [...]

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Thought for the month – March 2022

On 18th September, following three intense years of study and training, I had the privilege of being admitted and licensed by our Bishop in Salisbury Cathedral as an Anglican Licensed Lay [...]

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Thought for the month – February 2022

The Presentation, forty days after Christmas, is the big liturgical feast of February, when Jesus is brought by his parents to the temple to consecrate him to the Lord, and his significance is [...]