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Faith

Readings: 16th Sunday after Trinity

Isaiah - the faithful and, at times, beleaguered prophet, speaking to the nation shortly before Israel was to be wiped off the map by the conquering Assyrians - sang a song of a vineyard

Angelic songs are swelling

Angelic songs are swelling

David Bryant meditates on the ministry of the holy angels

Prayer for the week

Christopher Collingwood seeks to perceive God in those who suffer

Readings: 15th Sunday after Trinity

As we ponder the readings this week, and pray the collect about being steadfast in faith and active in service, it might be worth pondering what causes us to change our minds when we need to, and what stops our changing our minds when we ought to

Tools to encounter God

Tools to encounter God

Metropolitan Anthony is still an inspiration, says Gillian Crow

Prayer for the week

Christopher Collingwood on living in the constant awareness of God's presence

I will lay me down . . .

Kenneth V. Peterson on compline

Prayer for the week

Katy Holbird keeps it brief with Isaiah

Readings: St Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist

Why did Jesus have to challenge Matthew to follow him? What stopped Matthew's coming to Jesus of his own accord, like the other people in the stories surrounding his encounter with Jesus? What stops us from following Jesus? If we ask ourselves what or who is the hardest thing that God could ask us to give up, we might find the answer

Readings: Holy Cross Day

THIS Sunday, Holy Cross Day, commemorates the dedication, in 335, of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, which was built over the supposed site of the crucifixion and the tomb of Jesus

Drawn into an experience of God’s presence

Kenneth V. Peterson reflects on compline

Sat 27 Sep 14 @ 17:18
RT @CatholicHeraldBishop Kieran Conry of Arundel and Brighton announces shock resignation: http://t.co/X8kGsHWpwu

Sat 27 Sep 14 @ 16:52
RT @The_TabletBishop of Arundel and Brighton, Kieran Conry, has resigned. In letter to parishes he apologises for being "unfaithful to vows"