Monthly Archives: March 2012

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A very nice Conundrum

Thursday evening each week offers an opportunity for Trinity Cathedral folks to gather for Eucharist, a shared meal, and an exploration of what different aspects of daily spiritual practice looks and feels like. The evening is structured to reflect the … Continue reading

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Tender Competence

This Lent my internal reflections began on Ash Wednesday with issuing an invitation to the members of our Trinity Cathedral Congregation to ‘keep it simple’ in our desire to use Lent as an opportunity to deepen our sense of being … Continue reading

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Neuroscience and philosophy must work together Guardian Article

┬áBy Barry Smith The brain is made up of a series of interlocking systems. Photograph: Sebastian Kaulitzki / Alamy/Alamy Sunday 4 March 2012 Theories of consciousness are challenged by recent research into the impact of brain function on the sense … Continue reading

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Barriers to Vocation

A principal barrier to our coming to sense our vocation which is God’s call to meaning and purpose in life is that distance between our dreams of purpose and meaning and the actual world of work. If as Dorothy Sayers … Continue reading

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Vocare -to be called

Life raises the question for many: can work be a holy task? For work to become a holy task in the sense that St Benedict intends we require purpose in our work. Purpose begs a further question: do we feel … Continue reading

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Life After Death

  The Final Frontier: reflections on the a faithful parishioner Our problem with death Death has become in our Western Society a frightening taboo. Our contemporary anxieties about death infect us all. Such concerns often outweigh a lifetime of Christian … Continue reading

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