Tag Archives: Lord’s Prayer

who art in heaven

There is nothing wrong with our prayers, nor even with our orange stoles, unless they make no difference to the gaping wound that continues to haemorrhage life from this nation, that siphons off hope and replaces it with weaponry. Continue reading

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Year C Proper 12: Teach us to pray

Jesus gave a couple of different words of advice to his disciples about prayer. In one, he tells his disciples to lock themselves behind closed doors in secret, to pray privately to God, and there is a place for that … Continue reading

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Psalm 14 (53)

Psalm 53 is included in today’s Daily Office readings. It is almost exactly the same as Psalm 14, which is included in this Sunday’s Revised Common Lectionary, except for the penultimate verse(s). The text of Psalm 14 is included below, … Continue reading

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A Tuesday lunchtime homily

A homily for today’s Eucharist. We used the weekdays of Lent lectionary: Isaiah 55: 6-11 Seek the Lord while he may be found, call upon him while he is near; let the wicked forsake their way, and the unrighteous their … Continue reading

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