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Contemplating the Mystery of Easter

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“Behold a man of sorrows and acquainted with grief!” John Stainer’s 1887 oratorio, “Crucifixion”, has a bass line, “Oh t’was love, deep, divine compassion”. How do we respond to such images? “God cannot be thought, He can only be loved” is the way the unknown author of ‘The Cloud of Unknowing’ begins his profound mystical [...]

The Garden of Silence

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In the final hours of his life, it seems Jesus is drawn more deeply into the inner silence of his soul. In the Garden of Gethsemane, we read in Mark 14.35 – “Going a little farther, he fell to the ground and prayed” – drawing apart for solitude in prayer; time alone with God. As [...]

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