Tag Archives: House group ministry

Nihil operi Dei praeponatur

Nothing is to be preferred to the Work of God. These are words of wisdom from the holy Rule of St Benedict. The Work of God, the Opus Dei, is not a Roman Catholic order of dour-faced priests but the … Continue reading

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Mobile Chapels

I’m in the mind to continue this theme. I remember reading a book by Fr Werenfried van Straaten about his work in eastern Germany just after World War II in the flattened and devastated cities. This is one of the … Continue reading

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Tuck Box Chapel

Following on from my previous article, it occurs to me that I have never shown my tuck box chapel. A schoolboy’s tuck box is perhaps his most important piece of standard equipment at an English boarding school. It goes with … Continue reading

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Temporary Altars

I am overjoyed that the Anglican Catholic Fellowship (our diocese in England)  is ministering to house groups and isolated folk. One such group is being established in Whitby, the north-eastern port that represents my own roots and means a great … Continue reading

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