A number of years ago, I witnessed my first service of Ordination in our local Cathedral. There was a moment during the proceedings when I was riveted to the spot. I had just seen the Diocesan Bishop washing the feet of those who were about to be ordained. This act, which originates in Chapter 13 of St John’s gospel, tells how Jesus shows his own disciples that he expects them to demonstrate a form of ‘servant priesthood’. Is there anything wrong with that? Absolutely not, it lies, or should lie, at the very heart of Christian discipleship. It's what followed that shocked me.
I've recently been interviewed on 'The Infinite Jigsaw' podcast by Danny Doran, who runs the pod. I hope that you will find the interview interesting, and please do send me your comments, either privately or by commenting on the public part of this site. The podcast interview can be reached by clicking on the link below
Congratulations to my friend Revd Jamie Franklin, whose podcast this week on his site at (https://irreverend.buzzsprout.com/) included a most interesting interview with Lord Frost. I have included a link below, and you might like to know that the actual interview ends at 1:09 hrs. The discussion amongst the irreverent team then runs until 1:33 hrs, … Continue reading At last an honest ‘politician’ who is also a deep thinker – ‘The Irreverend podcast’ interview with Lord Frost
On her Platinum Jubilee, 6 February 2022 at 10:45 am UK time Photo courtesy of Marketa Eng, Historic Churches Preservation Trust God bless our lives, God guide our ways, God grant us grace His name to praise. And ever keep in health serene Elizabeth, our gracious, faithful, loyal, loving and hardworking Queen Adapted from the … Continue reading In honour of Her Majesty the Queen
Whilst (rather reluctantly, I admit) listening to some of the debate about the parties in Downing Street that have had journalists in a state of complete frenzy, I’ve noticed that none of them seem to have referred to the issue that immediately sprang to my mind, which was this: ‘What were the regulations on the days on which these events happened? Can I remember?