Daily Archives: October 30, 2013

A Poem From Tasmania

Incarnate Word, in Whom all nature lives, Cast flame upon the Earth, raise up contemplatives Among us, men* who walk within the fire Of ceaseless prayer, impetuous desire, Set pools of silence in this thirsty land: Distracted men who sow … Continue reading

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Celebrating ‘All Hallows Eve’/ ‘Feast of All Saints’ in a Pre-Christian West

Death is a fact of life. When St. Francis of Assisi lay dying he said, “Welcome, Sister Death”. Tomorrow is Halloween – when we recognise that death is another creaturely thing in a world that will one day pass away. “I believe…in … Continue reading


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