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In the final reflection in our series looking at the journey of the wise men we consider their return home. To begin this reflection first be still, and settle for a few moments to help you focus on the reflection. … Continue reading
As we approach the Feast of the Epiphany we are offering daily reflections on the journey of the wise men. Today we reflect on gifts. As we begin the reflection we pause quietly for a few moments before beginning and … Continue reading
Here is the next in our series of six daily reflections on the journey of the wise men. The reflections can be read alone, or in order. They help prepare us for the Feast of the Epiphany. As we begin … Continue reading
20 + C + M + B + 17 Bless your home! Our homes are places of rest, places of hospitality, places of refreshment and love. At the beginning of each year St Chrysostom’s encourages everyone to pray for God’s … Continue reading
This is the third daily reflection in preparation for the feast of the Epiphany, and intended as an encouragement in faith at the beginning of a new year. We are reflecting together on the journey of the wise men, the … Continue reading
Here is our second reflection on the story of the wise men. The reflections can be read in order, and they also ‘stand alone.’ They help us prepare for the Feast of Epiphany. As you begin this reflection be still, … Continue reading