Archives July 26, 2009

Geek Station rides again!

That time of year has come around again, when I disappear from the parish for two weeks, but most definitely not on a holiday. This is Prep Week for the National Youth Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, which begins in a week’s time. I cart a couple of computers, a few […]

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Geek Station rides again!

That time of year has come around again, when I disappear from the parish for two weeks, but most definitely not on a holiday. This is Prep Week for the National Youth Pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, which begins in a week’s time. I cart a couple of computers, a few […]

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Lord's Prayer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxWpA4Iv87o It’s Old English and I upset Sarah B as she is a Medievalist and doesn’t want Old English to scare people. I think it’s challenging but in a good way. This came out of trying to merge lots of different languages saying the Lord’s Prayer at the same time which was an abject failure. […]

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Blesséd Trinity – Mass for S. Gregory of Nyssa

We are long past the Feast of Holy Trinity, but in celebration of the work of S. Gregory of Nyssa, whose principal contribution was an understanding of that mystery, we celebrate a Mass of the Trinity Gathering: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-B6kA2kepek Introduction: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AndLNmeBlrI In the name of the +Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. […]

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Catch Crabs with Fr. Simon washed out!

Yes, sadly due to the unpredicablness of the weather we abandoned the Crabbing Competition down at the Hardway 🙁 Instead a few of us brought the sandwiches we had made and ate them in Church whilst we showed the Children Bedknobs and Broomsticks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPmESnXI7Vw I think the adults enjoyed it just as much. The flowers […]

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Catch Crabs with Fr. Simon washed out!

Yes, sadly due to the unpredicablness of the weather we abandoned the Crabbing Competition down at the Hardway 🙁 Instead a few of us brought the sandwiches we had made and ate them in Church whilst we showed the Children Bedknobs and Broomsticks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPmESnXI7Vw I think the adults enjoyed it just as much. The flowers […]

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Does Inclusivity smack of Moral Relativism?

A comment to a recent post suggested that Inclusivity equates to moral relativism. The accusation of moral relativism sits alongside that no-win question “Have you stopped beating your wife?” – say Yes and you say you have beaten in the past, say No and you imply you are still beating… But I want to ask […]

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