What to do this Sunday – 27 April 2014

Not able to go to church this Sunday - don’t worry. Here is a short act of worship.   Firstly still your minds, concentrate on breathing slowly and letting go of the future.   Focussing on the ‘now’  by relaxing into the music clip below.   Read the story of Christ appearing to disciples articularly [...]

A Short Prayer

If you want a short, straightforward and gentle prayer for your everyday, here is one…

8766 Days and Counting!

Lord, let me not ask you about anything at all. Let me take a little of your time to thank you for everything that you have done – for me and my family. I know you keep me safe… always even if I don’t ask you to. You are the best thing that has ever happened to me and I assure you that you won’t be just a memory. I love you and you know I always do. Hold my heart and hold my hand. Let me see this world only through your eyes and help people realize how beautiful life really is. Please never ever let go of my hand. Amen.

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Imaginative Meditations – Listen Anywhere

Want to meditate while you commute?   If you have enjoyed the Christian imaginative meditations on this blog, why not listen to the daily meditations available at the Catholic Jesuit's site - Pray as you go.   You can either listen online or download an mp3 file for use on the train, bus or in [...]

What to do this Sunday – Easter Day

Easter is not like Christmas! Since, over Easter we encounter all that is good and bad about being human. For we see cruelty, corruption and pain. But we also see compassion, accompaniment and sacrifice. Above all, we see God in the unbelievable acceptance of human nastiness and His ability to defeat the worst of all [...]

Good Friday – Day of Crucifixions

We laughed and laughed and laughed. How indeed did we laugh!   It was at that classic British sitcom –  Fawlty Towers. Set in a chaotic hotel in some English seaside resort, it was run by the manic Basil Fawlty who got into also sort of scrapes. Take the time his car wouldn't start. So [...]