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Richard on May 27th, 2016

Don’t forget it’s Flower Festival weekend at St. Andrew’s Wormingford this Bank Holiday weekend, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. Come and see the wonderful flower displays based on the theme of “A celebration of Her Majesty The Queen’s 90 years.” Don’t miss the bric-a-brac sale, plant stall, farm produce, cakes, lunches, teas and […]

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Richard on May 27th, 2016

Ronald Blythe enjoys accompanying St Paul on his travels I HAVE been reading that great travel book which we call the Acts of the Apostles. The infant Church was holed up in secret rooms, and uncertain what to do or where to go. It was guilty about this; for had not its founder been unequivocal regarding […]

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Richard on May 20th, 2016

Ronald Blythe recalls a religious experience involving coffee SOFTLY drenching spring rains. In spite of them, I must mark where the honeysuckles cross the path: otherwise the mower will do its deadly work. There is nothing like getting soaked for a good cause. Geese whirr over from river to lake. Rhubarb is fit to pull. […]

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Richard on May 14th, 2016

How many of us could live up to high ideals, Ronald Blythe wonders SOME years ago, I was invited to re-edit a famous little book, George Herbert’s The Country Parson, because it was more than 300 years old and full of words that would puzzle today’s readers. It is a famous book, written in 1631 — very soon […]

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Richard on May 7th, 2016

A young man reminds Ronald Blythe of Dickens’s Marley WHEN Jesus told the rich young man to sell all he had, and give the proceeds to the poor, he was dealing with two kinds of hunger. One of them was the young man’s hunger for what we call “a life”. “Get a life,” we say. Jesus saw […]

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