04May ‘Eaten bread is soon forgotten.’ But who cares??

Seamus Ahearne looks at the often bleak and angry news of the day and decides that "God; is splashed about everywhere and in everyone. Moaning and groaning isn’t graceful. The world we used to know, is changing. The familiar is gone. The God we knew, and the Rituals that supported us, has gone wandering. But God is in this place and we may not know it. (Gen 28.10). We dare not sulk like Jonah or eventually give in to despair like Job (Job 38). I go to Church each day and I come away smiling.

04May 04 May, 2017. Thursday, Week 3 of Easter

Saint Conleth, bishop

1st Reading: Acts 8:26-40

Philip’s joyful spreading of the faith

Then an angel of the Lord said to Philip, “Get up and go toward the south to the road that goes down from Jerusalem to Gaza.” (This … Read the rest