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Continuing our series on how our studies influence our faith. Here Fr Ian Michael, a friend of Fr Ian’s, whose Doctorate from Oxford is in Mathematics, writes on Mathematics and his faith: Faith seeking understanding – one of the classic … Continue reading
Faith is more than words. The Bible encourages us to live out our faith. Today’s Bible verse is short and to the point! For just as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is also dead. … Continue reading
The Easter Season lasts 50 days. Significantly it is 10 days longer than the season of preparation for Easter – Lent. Now, in Lent some of the things we do are consider our lifestyle (what we are ‘giving up’), deepen … Continue reading
At the end of the Good Friday solemn liturgy the sacramental Body of Christ was taken to the Anson Chapel, to the sepulchre. The tabernacle was covered in a black veil of beautiful cloth given to church by a mother … Continue reading
The past week has been InterFaith Week (15th-21st November), when people of all faiths and beliefs are encouraged to strengthen inter faith relationships and develop a wider understanding of each others’ beliefs. St Chrysostom’s Parish is fortunate to be full … Continue reading
On Sunday evening, 9 members of St Chrysostom’s congregation, Temi, Tommi, Grace, Mary, Janet, Abbey, Jonathan, Odegua and Rosline confirmed their faith at a confirmation service at St John’s Church in Pendlebury. Bishop Chris, the Bishop of Bolton led the service which included prayers and … Continue reading