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All change

Pentecost 5c – Sunday 23rd June 2013 Luke 8: 26-39 Wow. Oldham is changing. I think it was four years ago now that the trains between Oldham and Manchester ceased as preparation work began on the Metrolink Tram System extension … Continue reading

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How hard is it raining?

Pentecost 1c – Sunday 26th May 2013 – Trinity Sunday John 16: 12-15 Oldham has a reputation for inclement weather. Completely justified, I must add. In our house, in preparing to start the day, the shout usually goes up: “How … Continue reading

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Honouring God’s presence

Lent 5c – Sunday 17th March 2013 – Passion Sunday John 12: 1-8 Jesus said, “Let her alone. She’s anticipating and honouring the day of my burial. You always have the poor with you. You don’t always have me.” Do … Continue reading

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A doubtful reputation

Lent 4c – Sunday 10th March 2013 Luke 15: 1-3, 11-32 The credibility and moral authority of the Catholic Church in Scotland has been damaged, according to the man who has replaced Cardinal Keith O’Brien. Archbishop Philip Tartaglia took over … Continue reading

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God’s little blue eyed boy

Lent 3c – Sunday 3rd March 2013 Luke 13: 1-9 Hey guys, you’ve not been watching out for me. All I ask is you pay me a bit of attention. Help stop me making a fool out of myself every … Continue reading

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Size of a hen

Lent 2c – Sunday 24th February 2012 Luke 13: 31-35 There was horror in the news 10 days ago, when a story was reported about how a fox stole into a house in South London and attacked a 4 week … Continue reading

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A Quiet Walk along Via Devana

Lent 1c – Sunday 17th February 2012 Luke 4: 1-13 Leicester is a wonderful city. Sitting at the heart of the East Midlands it truly is an English gem of a city and a county. I feel very proud to … Continue reading

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