“Mercy feels a slightly anachronistic word today, in a culture and political backdrop which often appears to be one of blame, hostility and increasing division. It is Shakespeare’s Portia who speaks of the quality of mercy she says that mercy blesses the one who gives and the one who receives and that ‘it is the attribute of God Himself’.”

A Sermon delivered by Revd Richard Carter on the Tenth Sunday after Trinity
Readings for this Service:  Luke 13.10-17
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