Monthly Archives: February 2014

Shades of Blue

On Saturday I snook into the back of Church in order to hear a much awaited homily by the Novice Master of the Order of Preachers ~ I wanted to be knocked off my seat by him. Lose my footing. … Continue reading

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Blue is the Warmest Colour

It is a very special film. I have no words to explain why ~ just that it captures what other films can not capture.  

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That Light

† During the Beloved Retreat weekend a lovely lady called Dorothea Rose (who was the first ever woman to do a homily at Heythrop) gave her talk in the chapel.  Her talk was all about Jesus’ mother it was entitled … Continue reading

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Burdens and Blessings

Lately I haven’t felt the usual energy to express and articulate myself through the written word, in order to make sense of the unwritten word experienced and lived by my life.  I hadn’t felt any motivation for weeks.  The last … Continue reading

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Raw ~ Roar ~ Rohr

According to Richard Rohr ~ his thorough and in depth exploration of the 9 stages of spiritual development. Levels of spiritual development ~ part 1 So many of our problems can be resolved if we understand that people are at … Continue reading

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I Am my Beloveds.

I Am my Beloveds . . . . . I Am. . . . . . And my Beloved is mine. ‘I am my Beloveds and my Beloved is mine’ I Just want you to take a second to repeat … Continue reading

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