Tag Archives: Good Friday

Good Friday – Jesus’ #MeToo Moment

One of the less visited hidden areas of this cathedral is the gaol. Like all medieval abbeys, which were also the local Lords of the Manor, in our case the Soke of Peterborough, Peterborough Abbey had a gaol. It’s just … Continue reading

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Saturday – holding loss with faith and thanksgiving

Welcome to this moment of prayer from the community of Peterborough Cathedral. Over the past two weeks, we have been pausing at 6.00pm each evening to pray. This follows the encouragement from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to pray … Continue reading

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The Penitent Thief – Reflection for Good Friday

A few years ago, driving through Edinburgh, I went past a funeral director’s premises. Above it there was a tax accountant’s office on one of the upper floors. To this day I wish I had got out of the car … Continue reading

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A monster calls

The BBC seems at the moment to be choosing the films it shows very carefully. They know that people need a lift or perhaps something to inspire. Such a film, with a message for our time, is ‘A monster calls‘, … Continue reading

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Cross shining through the gloom

On Monday evening, as I suspect so many of us did, I watched the pictures coming live from Paris in a mixture of shock and disbelief as Notre Dame Cathedral blazed. The more I watched, the worse it looked and … Continue reading

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Good Friday – Love of God magnified

I came across an article in the online version of The Independent on Monday[1] – something I am going to have to get more used to seeing if I want to continue to read it after the last print edition … Continue reading

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