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All we, like sheep……

(Acts 2, 42-47; 1 Peter 2, 19-end; John 10, 1-10)   If someone called you a sheep, how would you feel?   I suspect you would feel insulted. The usual adjective that goes with ‘sheep’ these days is ‘silly’ or … Continue reading

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Lost.

(1 Tim. 1, 12-17; Luke 15, 1-10)   My family will tell you that I’m addicted to Facebook!   One of the pages that I check up on almost every day is the page covering the district where we live. … Continue reading

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Who’s Calling You?

(Easter 4.  Yr C.            Acts 9, 36-43; John 10, 22-30)  Have you noticed how bossy our equipment has become these days? Once upon a time, we humans were in charge. We decided when to set … Continue reading

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The Good Shepherd

Easter 4. Year B. Psalm 23. John 10, (1-)11- 18 I don’t suppose many of us know much about sheep. We live in a suburban environment. We may see a few sheep on the hillsides in the green belt from … Continue reading

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Portraits of the King

Yr. C. Last Sunday before Advent. Christ the King. (Jeremiah 23 1-6; Luke 23, 33-43) At one time, in most government buildings, you would find a portrait of the monarch. Usually, they were formal official portraits; but tastes change – at one … Continue reading

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