Tag Archives: Contemplation

Who is this?

Reminder of the Mystery.  Truth-speaker.  Great bridge-builder.  The space of love between everything. Inherent victory.  The welcoming within.   These are just a few of the descriptions which Father Richard Rohr has used to describe the Holy Spirit.  He wrote … Continue reading

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Meditating on Art – Sieger Koder

Sieger Koder experienced active service as a soldier in WW2, then imprisonment as a Prisoner of War.  Returning from this, he trained in art and worked as a teacher for some years, before training and serving as a priest in … Continue reading

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Contemplating

Simply by providing a pew facing art, creates an unspoken invitation to linger.  A support for extended thinking. Another help is an Audio Guide.  This gives you all the information of a handout, but in a way which does not … Continue reading

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Travelling Light at the Cathedral

A photographer could make a serious project out of light in this building. Beginning with the magnificent stained glass windows   Also, the lit candles   Light and shadow through the woodcarvings   This week, the light has been making … Continue reading

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Time Walkers

This morning I walked through a hundred years …. of stone carvings, stained glass, Victorian floor tiles and Russian icons gifted by Tsar Nicholas II to Bishop Eden.  In other words, Inverness Cathedral. As you sit at the welcome desk, … Continue reading

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“Watch with me – The Art of Easter at Inverness Cathedral”

This Easter 2015 exhibition will be available to view on Tuesday 31 March+Wednesday 1 April+Thursday 2 April+Friday 3 April Heather Gregg, of Re:Connect: “This small 4 day exhibition reimagines and recovers the wonder of that first Easter – a tumultuous … Continue reading

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Why people don’t go to prayer meetings (Frequently Unspoken Questions and Answers)

(An imagined conversation) There’s going to be a half-night of prayer (7 pm to 11 pm) this Friday. That’s nice for you. I won’t be there. Why? Look, I’ll be honest. It’s too boring. What do you think a prayer … Continue reading

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