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IT IS not uncommon for old village men to go to God in pairs, so as to have a mite of company on that last journey. This week, Harold and Roger left together. The curtains drawn for afternoon television will be opened. Harold was my oldest village friend. His garden had been his wife’s despair […]

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Vicar on March 19th, 2012

Ronald Blythe goes out for the milk, and enjoys the wind and rain IT IS easy to miss it all, the outside. If it is too wet, you will miss the sharp March rain on your skin. If it is too blowy, you will miss the March birds riding the thermals. How many springs do […]

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Vicar on March 12th, 2012

Ronald Blythe points out the unity between art and prayer LEAP year. The study window wide to the sun, the white cat upside down to its warmth, the nesting birds bouncing over the new grass. At St Edmundsbury, we are creating the Edmund centre for arts and theology. Art and theology are in¬div¬is¬ible, of course, […]

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Vicar on March 5th, 2012

Word from Wormingford Ronald Blythe finds a healing quality in time spent alone LENT again. “Know that you are dust and to dust you shall return.” “Rose dust”, Edward FitzGerald said in The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, taking the sting out of it. I do not fast: I read sad authors. I meditate on being […]

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