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The Kitchen Maid

What do you see in this painting? What is the young black maid – sometimes referred to as a ‘Moorish maid’ – doing? What do you think is her cultural or religious background? The maid is bent over her kitchen … Continue reading

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Emmaus: The First Mass

As they came near the village to which they were going, he walked ahead as if he were going on. But they urged him strongly, saying, “Stay with us, because it is almost evening and the day is now nearly … Continue reading

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Emmaus is today

Look at the painting on the left. Can you imagine the place? Do you know somewhere like it? Can you imagine yourself walking along the path? Perhaps you have walked such a walk. Not exactly the same in detail, but … Continue reading

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The Road to Emmaus

Stations of the Resurrection (Via Lucis) at St Chrysostom’s 2015 We are following the journey through Easter in a ‘Via Lucis’ Each Sunday in Eastertide we offer a  stopping place – a Station of the Resurrection (based on those found in the … Continue reading

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