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Richard on November 28th, 2014

My first Christmas Message as Priest-in-Charge! What an honour and responsibility. A message that reaches hundreds of people, courtesy of our village Magazines and website – an opportunity to say the right things, but with the possibility of getting it wrong! At Christmas, we often consider Jesus’ birth as the start of God’s mission to […]

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Richard on November 28th, 2014

A seagull’s wing reminds Ronald Blythe of carved angels in Blythburgh JUST up the lane, children are snatching at breakfast, and grown-ups are snatching at time. But I am looking out of the window, as usual, and musing on birds; just as R. S. Thomas did, when he walked to the Llyn peninsular to give […]

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Richard on November 21st, 2014

Ronald Blythe¬†is struck afresh by the words of a familiar hymn LOVELY but sad days. The leaves fall, the sun shines, in church we muster for the Remembrance. It has become a kind of saints-day, filling the aisles with its devotees. We turn to its memorial, and I say its liturgy. Its words are by […]

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Richard on November 15th, 2014

Knees attract¬†Ronald Blythe‘s attention after a craftsman’s visit JESUS, Peter, Paul, and Stephen all knelt to pray. “Strengthen the feeble knees,” Job prays. Now and then in scripture there are apologies for not being able to kneel down. The great novelist Henry James suffered agonies from what was lightly called writer’s cramp, but when his […]

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