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St David

A little Lenten legend A pigeon with a golden beak fed him from its overflowing crop words of grace like kisses that he might strew abroad with every penitential sigh the love of our sweet Saviour; his breath uncluttered by … Continue reading

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David and other saints

St David’s in the seventies. A family walking the cliffs around the tiny city on the sea; well, they were walking, but she was skipping. She was, after all, six. She was lost in her own thoughts, as was often … Continue reading

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Backdated: A Picture of Perfection

Now that I’ve taken the plunge, as it were, and got myself a blog, I’m going to go back over a few recent and not-so-recent sermons and writings to fill in a few blanks. Here’s one from the beginning of … Continue reading

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