Monthly Archives: September 2016

Educational Ethos – Thomas Deacon updated

Yesterday I took the funeral of a colleague from an educational trust. ¬†Preparing for it I was reminded of a conversation we had about the purpose of education and the ethos we were there to promote. ¬†We were bringing the … Continue reading

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The negligent manager and primacy of justice

One of the privileges of being vicar of the city centre church and parish is that it brings me into fairly regular contact with our civic leaders and politicians. The tie-in with the cathedral strengthens that and brings a number … Continue reading

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The love above all others

Every now and then the gospels portray Jesus in a way that startles. We are so used to public figures guarding their words that we could wish they spoke a bit more frankly at times. Every nuance of what they … Continue reading

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