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The Angel sat on it

The Angel rolled back the stone and sat on it… (Matthew 28.2) Every Easter I remember the time when, as an undergraduate student, I went to Benediction on Easter Day at St Alban’s, Conybeare Street in Birmingham. A great and … Continue reading

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Maria Consolata – rejoicing with saints and angels

The Roman Catholic writer and nun Ruth Obbard tells a story of Pope John XXIII. “On Easter Sunday, his first after being elected Patriarch of Venice, Cardinal Roncalli (later Pope John XXIII) celebrated Benediction in his Cathedral, the interior glowing … Continue reading

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