As we come to the end of the year, here are the top ten posts on this blog in 2010.
10 – Through a Glass Darkly – Finding out the results of General Synod elections is *really* hard 9 – Women Bishops – Now What? – Exploring the mathematics of the Synod vote . . . → Read More: Top Ten 2010
It’s official! Amazed I miss this one last week.
Scientists at the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University, in Utah interviewed 2,035 married people about when they first had sex with their partner.
Analysis of the results showed that couples who waited until marriage before having sex enjoyed a much healthier relationship with . . . → Read More: Celibacy Whilst Unmarried Leads to Better Sex
Last year we had Myrrh, this year Frankincense.
How sweet the smell rising to the heavens. A priest at work Offering thanks and sacrifice.
Round the altar a choir with ten thousand wings and countless mouths sings Hallelujah; Hallelujah to the Lamb.
But look down below, beneath the Holy night another evening passes where . . . → Read More: Frankincense
Hope you’re all enjoying the new website design, just in time for Christmas (with added snow)! Let me know if you find any problems.
Pure genius from Maggi Dawn.
In each of the O Antiphons there has been the plea to God: Come…
Does God answer our prayers? Look backwards at them in reverse order:
O Emmanuel O Rex O Oriens
O Clavis O Radix O Adonai O Sapientia
The capital letters (which in medieval texts were, of course . . . → Read More: Antiphons- Hidden Meanings