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2010-12-21 10:41
The 'O Antiphons' (an antiphon is a spoken response in a church service) have been used in liturgical Christian traditions since as far back as the sixth century. They are spoken before read… Read More
2010-12-20 21:05
The 'O Antiphons' (an antiphon is a spoken response in a church service) have been used in liturgical Christian traditions since as far back as the sixth century. They are spoken before read… Read More
2010-12-19 23:25
The 'O Antiphons' (an antiphon is a spoken response in a church service) have been used in liturgical Christian traditions since as far back as the sixth century. They are spoken before read… Read More
2010-12-18 22:29
The 'O Antiphons' (an antiphon is a spoken response in a church service) have been used in liturgical Christian traditions since as far back as the sixth century. They are spoken before read… Read More
2010-12-17 22:03
The 'O Antiphons' (an antiphon is a spoken response in a church service) have been used in liturgical Christian traditions since as far back as the sixth century. They are spoken before read… Read More
2010-11-21 21:33
Elvis Presley was deeply affected by the gospel songs he had learned and sung in church as a boy. His faith led him to ask for God’s help throughout his career. Before performances, he… Read More
2010-10-31 18:21
I have just read an interesting article on the BBC News website about the disconnect between us as human beings and the natural world. It’s an interesting read and you can find it here… Read More
2010-10-20 21:26
One of the blogs I enjoy reading is from the Weavings journal - a quarterly periodical from The Upper Room. It has some beautiful images and reflections to make you ponder. Here is one that… Read More
Famous Prayers - Celtic Prayer On Joy
2010-09-16 21:53
I have recently attended my church's parish weekend in North Wales, which was on the theme of Celtic Christianity, so when I read this, it made me smile as I remembered the fun and laughter… Read More

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