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The ‘English Boomerang’

I love this quote. If we had dogs that loved English Boomerangs – it could get quite costly! Pg 49.

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Searching for Sunday 

   I explained that when our gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender friends aren’t welcome at the table, then we don’t feel welcome either, and not every young adult gets married or has children, so we need to stop building our … Continue reading

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When I pray what does God do?

   God does not act in the physical world in any particular physical way, but achieves his purpose by “acting” in the person of faith as he or she encounters God’s Word. This means that as one encounters the living … Continue reading

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Water from an ancient well: Celtic spirituality for modern life by Kenneth McIntosh

“Loving God is a lifelong pilgrimage, a labyrinth walk that in this mortal life never fully reaches the centre point.”            Kindle Edition – loc 335    Thanks be to You, Jesus Christ For the many … Continue reading

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How Not to Say Mass by Dennis C. Smolarski

Liturgy is basically about helping each other find God’s presence in the symbols that surround us, a long and oftentimes tedious process! Pg 63

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How (not) to speak of God

“If theology comes to be understood as the place where God speaks, then we must seek, not to speak of God, but rather to be that place where God speaks.” Pg 21.

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If nothing else read chapter 8, it’s so worth reading…. Dazzling Darkness by Rachel Mann

‘Surely people who want to be priests are pillocks? Wonderful, tremendously committed and often deeply loving pillocks. But pillocks nonetheless.’ Pg 98 ‘Surely you have to be a pillock to be a priest. But God has always used pillocks and … Continue reading

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