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For several years Fr Ian has prepared a quiz on the theme of angels for a priests’ gathering at Michaelmas. Here is a recent one. At the quiz itself points are given for humorous, if wrong, answers, as well as … Continue reading
Recovering at home from a recent operation Sandra reflects on home rituals of Advent, and a Posada visit: Several angels have been ministering in this house recently, bringing me cups of tea, hoovering , making me dinner and doing those … Continue reading
We’re encouraged to recycle nowadays, and sometimes this calls for imagination. For example, what should be done with old hymn books 🙂 It seems sad to simply put them into paper recycling. Sometimes they seem to pile up in church … Continue reading
National Poetry Day and the Feast of the Guardian Angels coincided in 2014. Now there’s a wonderful challenge! Have you a poem about Angels you’d nominate as special to you? Well I’d have to mention Edmund Sears’ It Came upon the Midnight … Continue reading