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    THE FEAST OF THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD | Forty Days after Easter

    From a young age, I was taught that the ascension of Jesus meant that Jesus was the first human to ascend to heaven, and that we, his followers, would one day go to be with him there.

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  • Engraving of "The Vision of The Valley of The Dry Bones" by Gustave Doré


    In Ezekiel’s dream, the breath of God awakens and reconnects the bones of the fragmented selves, renews their flesh and returns to them their own life’s breath before placing them back on their own soil.

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  • St John the Theologian, writing the book of Revelation.


    Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth…

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    THE ROAD TO EMMAUS: Broken Hearts to Burning Hearts

    Perhaps our perennial instinct to share food, drink and story as a response to grief and loss points to a gospel mystery in which we are all caught up.

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    Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have come to believe.

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    In the resurrection of Jesus, we perceive what could be considered the big bang of God’s new creation exploding, as it were, as a renewing, recreating power in the midst of the old…

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    Holy Saturday: Day of Joyful Sadness

    I distinctly remember the Saturday between Good Friday and Easter Sunday as a strange day.

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  • Hortus Deliciarum, Die Kreuzigung Jesu Christi

    Good Friday

    “Now is the time to loosen, cast away The useless weight of everything but love.” -Malcolm Guite

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    Holy (Maundy) Thursday: John 13:1-35

    “Grace is revealed in suffering, power is displayed through weakness, glory is disguised in humiliation.”

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    Palm Sunday: The Triumphal Entry

    As a child, I quietly harboured an uneasy dislike for Palm Sunday…

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