All Saints Day
Have you ever met someone who you thought was holy or even a saint? Following this last week in British political and national life it seems hardly surprising that we have all grown a little wary of those who set themselves up as role models or representatives of virtue.
Every Saint has a Past and Every Sinner a Future
Recorded on: 5 November 2017
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Friendships and Understanding through Dialogue
Last Monday we held an evening of Scriptural Reasoning in St Martin’s Hall. This is a tool for inter-faith dialogue as those from different faith communities come together to read and reflect on their scriptures.
Give to God the Things that are God’s
Recorded on: 22 October 2017
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The Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity
When I reflected upon todays reading I realised there are plenty of things to say about what it means to give the Emperor those things due to the Emperor. But then I suppose it depends on who at this present moment you think the Emperor is.
The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity
There is a prayer that many of you will have read perhaps on cards you find in Cathedral gift shops, or on religious t-towels. It’s called the serenity prayer and it’s attributed to the American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr.