Monthly Archives: February 2017

Going the extra mile

ONE PHRASE which annoys me is “go the extra mile”. My daughter is in full agreement on this since we have both at various times in our lives worked for the sort of company which uses management-speak as a substitute … Continue reading

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Thoughts on faith

FRANK SHEED’S book Theology and Sanity has long been a favourite of mine and one I return to frequently for inspiration. His premise is simple: the more you can learn about God, the better you come to know Him, the … Continue reading

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Times and seasons

THE FEAST which we celebrated last Thursday marks, for many of us “conservative” (read “traditionalist”!) Catholics the proper end of Christmastide. In fact before the modernisation/simplification/dumbing down (pick your own description) of the liturgy 50 years ago The Feast of … Continue reading

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