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Travelling through time and space – with a crache

I watched Doctor Who last night. ‘I don’t know where I am!’ Such a  familiar feeling. So now it’s Sunday morning and the wretched clocks have gone forward – depriving me of yet another hour’s sleep. But I’m ready for … Continue reading

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The tolling of the iron bell*

The faithful have been called to their knees. Odd, isn’t it, kneeling? But if nothing else, it concentrates the mind, ready for hearing softly spoken spells. It’s the fourth Sunday of Advent, our fourth Mass (yes, I’m with the atheist**), … Continue reading

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A taste for varnished wood. Thoughts of a ‘resting’ one on going back to Mass

‘I’d like to try Advent and see what it’s like.’ Odd words from a committed agnostic. Even odder when it’s Sunday morning and he’s lying in bed reading the papers. It’s the kind of comment he might come up with … Continue reading

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