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Resources for Ordinary Week 34

Resources for Ordinary Week 34

The Reign of Christ Let us pray (in silence) [that the reign of Christ may live in our hearts and come to our world] Pause Almighty ever-living God, [or Sovereign God] it is your will to gather up all things in your beloved one, reigning in the universe in the power that is love, mercifully… Continue Reading

Videos of Note

Videos of Note

The following video is actually not with the original sound – thanks very much to Pat Blalock for pointing this out: Here is the actual original!!! Do you have any videos you like – please share them in the comments. If you appreciated this post, do remember to like the liturgy facebook page, use the… Continue Reading

Disagreeing With The Bible 4

Disagreeing With The Bible 4

Read Disagreeing With The Bible Part 1 Disagreeing With The Bible Part 2 Disagreeing with The Bible Part 3 and The Bible Says. It has come up before. It seems to me that the Bible is not some sort of homogenous text by one inspiring author, consistent from Genesis to Revelation. I discern development –… Continue Reading

Forgive Us Our Sins

Forgive Us Our Sins

This is part of a series: The Lord’s Prayer in slow motion: the first is Lord, Teach Us to Pray the second is Our Father the third is Our Father (part 2) the fourth is Our Father (part 3) the fifth is Hallowed be your Name the sixth is Your Kingdom Come the seventh is… Continue Reading

Resources for Ordinary Week 33

Resources for Ordinary Week 33

Let us pray (in silence) [that we may persevere in our growth into God’s life] pause God of inspiration, you caused all holy scriptures to be written for our instruction, grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that by steadfastness and by the encouragement of your holy Word, we… Continue Reading

Jesus in the Synagogue

Jesus in the Synagogue

This post continues the reflection: Did the Jewish People have Liturgy?. If you go to a synagogue service nowadays, you will experience prayers, a reading from the Torah (Genesis to Deuteronomy), a reading from the Prophets (referred to as a Haftarah), and a sermon. The Torah portion and Haftarah portion are set according to a… Continue Reading

Saint Willibrord and Old Catholics

Saint Willibrord and Old Catholics

Recently, online, there have been a number of misrepresentations of Old Catholics and of overlapping geographical jurisdictions by bishops in full communion with each other. One example (mentioned here, here, and here) is of Anglican Archbishop Glenn Davies of Sydney touting the European overlapping jurisdictions as a model to “recognise” (I have no real idea… Continue Reading




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