Posts tagged Ascension

Heaven and earth are full of thy glory

Fr Neil’s homily at Mass on Ascension Day, 13 May. God, the Father of glory … made him sit at his right hand in the heavenly places, far above all rule and authority and power and dominion, and above every name that is named, not only in this age but also in that which is […]

God is gone up

God is gone up with a merry noise: and the Lord with the sound of the trumpet. Alleluia. Ascension Day is Thursday 13 May. The usual Thursday evening Divine Worship Mass will be sung at Christ the King Church at 7:00pm, after Exposition from 6pm. Mass will also be celebrated at noon; and in the […]

An Ascension Story

This evening, I used this story with our children’s group: When He came, we left our lives; we left our fishing nets, our parents, our counting houses, our fields, our workshops, our bread dough. He called and we followed. Something had changed. Something was changing, deep within us. We sat and listened to his words; […]

The Ascension

One of the wonderful things about the course I am doing is the people who are on it with me. One of them, the lovely Rosy, gave me this extract a couple of weeks ago and I have thought about the imagery in it ever since. It is taken from an Anglo Saxon poem called […]