Tag Archives: Rocamadour

Your thin places

I’m enjoying, and appreciating, my sabbatical. A priest is granted a sabbatical period away from work to renew energy, to rest, to reflect and to pray. I’m trying to do all those things! One of the foci for my sabbatical … Continue reading

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Comforting cards

Before he joined the Italian army in the Second World War Domenico Chiocchetti, a young man from Moena in northern Italy was given a small religious card by his mother. It comforted him throughout the war years, especially when, as … Continue reading

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Admire, Contemplate, Pray

Fr Ian reflects while on pilgrimage at the Shrine of Our Lady, Roacamadour Landscape, layers of legend, the insight of religious people, devotion, all combine at Rocamadour in central France, to make a captivating sacred place between earth and sky, … Continue reading

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