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Fr John Ablewhite
Fr John Ablewhite

Anyone who wants to save his life will lose it; but anyone who loses his life for my sake will find it

It is not a comfortable business, being a disciple of God, or of Jesus, for that matter. That is the message of this Sunday’s readings. In the first reading, Jeremiah, not for the last time in his prophetic career, fulminates at what God has done to him. ‘You have seduced me, Lord, and I have let myself be seduced; you have overpowered me: you were the stronger.’ His rage is based on the fact that he is a ‘daily laughing stock’ because of the message God has asked him to proclaim: ‘I have to howl and proclaim “Violence and ruin!”’ Jeremiah even tried not listening to God, but the result was a disaster. ‘I will not speak in his name any more; then there seemed to be a fire burning in my heart.’ If you and I hear God’s word and try to resist, our experience will be the same.



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FIRST WEDNESDAY QUIET DAY

The next day of Prayer and Reflection is on 3 September in the Hinsley Room, Morpeth... more >>

 

12/09/2014 - CHALLONER DINNER

19:00 Oxford and Cambridge Club more >>

PRO-LIFE PILGRIMAGE TO WALSINGHAM

Walsingham Annual Pilgrimage for the Sanctity of Life, Sunday 21 September, led by Bishop Mark... more >>

 

13/09/2014 - PILGRIMAGE TO WINCHESTER

08:00 Winchester more >>

PILGRIMAGE TO WINCHESTER

The Guild of the Blessed Sacrament pilgrimage, led by Canon Tuckwell, to Winchester on Saturday... more >>

 

15/09/2014 - STANLEY SPENCER AT WAR

08:30 Cookham more >>

We continue to expand the range of product in our gift shop which relates to or echoes the art and architecture of the Cathedral. Recent such editions are glass roundels which replicate in glass images, typically mosaics which can be seen in the Cathedral. The image of Our Lady of Walsingham which adorns the side of the pulpit in the Cathedral is a good example of this.  

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