Thursday 13th Aug 2020         ‘Blessed are the meek,       for they shall inherit the earth.       Blessed are those who hunger       and thirst for righteousness,       for they shall be filled.       Blessed are the merciful,       for they shall obtain mercy.       Blessed are the pure in heart ,      …

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Our new Spiritual Director, Revd. Canon Steve Wright has sent us a short piece by way of introduction. As you will learn, Steve had been intrigued by Cursillo for quite a long time and, seeing an opportunity to go on a “weekend”, gave it a try. In his own words: “I’d heard about Cursillo for…

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David mentions lambs in the fields so I included a picture of Horatio. David tells us that he is a Zwartble (pron. Swarbel), a breed originating in Netherlands but becoming more common in the UK after their introduction in the 1990s. Horatio is growing apace and has now become used to running with the flock…

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Today the church remembers Clare of Assisi, founder of the Minoresses (also known as the Poor Clares) Clare was much influenced by St Francis and chose a contemplative way when founding her own community. Clare was the first woman to write a religious rule for women. After St Francis died, Clare dedicated her life to…

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After what seems ages where not much has happened, please head over to our 4th Day community page to see updates for our neighbouring Diocese websites. It is hoped that any updates by Lincoln, Ely and St. Eds & Ips will be available from these links. No excuses for not knowing whats going on once…

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Today is the Festival of the Transfiguration. This event, reported in all three synoptic gospels, and witnessed by Peter, James and John, shows that God recognised Jesus as His Son and that the message Jesus was preaching was Gods word too. Peter was well impressed by his experience and uses it as justification for his…

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