As part of my lovely wife’s PGCE at the Catholic Primary Schools Partnership is the emphasis on Collective Worship – some very different from an Assembly, which is in the words of one of their tutors, merely “a hymn, a prayer and a bollocking”; no what we must strive for is Collective Worship, and as […]
UPDATE: Agnus Dei website back up now – these videos can be downloaded from www.agnusdei.org.uk This Sunday will be, of course, Remembrance Sunday. We will have, I pray, uniformed organisations and representatives from a local Army Field Hospital. It will be a mix of the strongly traditional and the new(ish). A couple of years ago, […]
(this image, especially for Alex, who was so enthused by the idea!) Hail, holy Queen, Queen of Flatpacks!
If there is any strong argument for a Covenant (and there isn’t) then it should be to ensure Anglican Polity and Identity. The issue of Lay Presidency, authorised by the Diocese of Sydney in Australia, is more of a challenge to Scripture, Tradition and Reason (the key tenets of Anglicanism) than anything to do with […]
It has been a very busy weekend, and it is only as I sit on a train to Exeter, preparing to thrash out the liturgy for the December 8th Pilgrimage to Coventry that I get a chance to reflect on All Saints weekend. It is a reasonable distraction as well, as I am frankly not […]