Monthly Archives: May 2018

Harvest of divine love

Pentecost Sunday Christ Church Cathedral 20 May 2018   Today we are in an interesting space, a liminal space of sorts. Christians are observing Pentecost Sunday, a holy day that we share with our Jewish friends. But during this past … Continue reading

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Easter—day #50

Reflections for Pentecost Sunday’s bulletin … Today we are observing Pentecost Sunday. This is a holy day with ancient roots that run deep into the spiritual soil of our religion, while offering us a fresh vision for what life and … Continue reading

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Ecumenism: journey​, pilgrimage and challenge

Easter 7(B) 13 May 2018 Christ Church Cathedral     The ten days between Ascension Day and Pentecost Sunday are marked within the Australian churches as a week of special prayer for Christian unity. As we reflect on the challenges … Continue reading

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Making meaning out of the cross

My 2018 Good Friday sermon seems to have attracted rather more attention, and to have triggered much more conversation, than any other recent sermon. The overwhelming tone of the communications that I have received have been appreciative, positive and supportive. … Continue reading

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