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Resources for Ordinary Week 21

Resources for Ordinary Week 21

Let us pray (in silence) [that God will make us one in mind and heart] pause O God, you inspire the hearts of the faithful with a single longing, grant your people to love what you command and to desire what you promise, so that in all the changes and chances of this uncertain world,… Continue Reading

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Resources for Ordinary Week 20

Resources for Ordinary Week 20

Let us pray (in silence) [that we may love God in all things and above all things] Pause God, [or Gracious God or Living and gracious God] you have prepared for those who love you good things which no eye can see, and which surpass our understanding; pour into our hearts such longing for you,… Continue Reading

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Resources for Ordinary Week 19

Resources for Ordinary Week 19

Let us pray (in silence) [that we may desire to know what is right and be ready to do it] Pause Grant to us, Lord [or O God], we pray, the spirit to always think and do what is right, that we, who cannot exist without you, may be able to live according to your… Continue Reading

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Anglicans and Roman Catholics

Anglicans and Roman Catholics

The main point of this post is to point out that the following document is now available: Walking Together on the Way Learning to Be the Church—Local, Regional, Universal. An Agreed Statement of the Third Anglican–Roman Catholic International Commission (ARCIC III) Erfurt 2017. It is a 77 page document, and so will take some digesting.… Continue Reading

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Sharing a Cathedral?

Sharing a Cathedral?

What the heck: it’s the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity – so I’m going to wade in where angels might fear to tread… angels, dreams, and visions are often in the same story, aren’t they?! This week, the new Roman Catholic Bishop of Christchurch indicated he is reconsidering whether to restore Christchurch’s earthquake-damaged Cathedral… Continue Reading

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Fixing Easter Day

Fixing Easter Day

An agreement has been reached to move Easter to April 1, “whatever day of the week that might happen to be”. A committee has been meeting several times a year for three years. It has had representatives from the Vatican, Eastern Orthodoxy (2 reps: Constantinople and Moscow), the Copts, Armenians, Anglicans, and The World Council… Continue Reading

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