Posts tagged Communion

Christ is the Bread of Life

Sunday 14 June 2020

The Body of Christ is the food which gives us the strength to live our entire lives, because the lives which we are called to live are lives which show Christ to the world.

Catechesis on receiving communion: A Corpus Christi reminder.

Tuesday 31 May 2016

As we celebrated the feast of Corpus Christi on Sunday, Fr Neil took the opportunity to remind us how to receive communion. Here is the text that was given out: The Church teaches us that the Mass is the source and summit of the Christian life. From this follows the essential importance of our participation […]

“Thou”-For those who know each other.

Monday 23 July 2012

Listening to my Spanish CDs this weekend reminded me of something. The teacher introduced the informal way of talking by describing it as the “thou” form. Many years ago, when studying Medieval literature for my degree, I was taught that thou came to be used in informal or familiar circumstances. “Thou” form of pronouns were […]


Wednesday 18 July 2012

As mentioned here, Karlie and I attended a workshop by Jo Gilbert of the Wellspring Community, during the Celebrate Conference. Jo talked about the concept of koinonia. This is a Greek word that is used in the New Testament when speaking about the communities that formed the newly born Church. She said that koinonia is […]

Reviewing our Lenten Journey: Lent 6 with the adults.

Thursday 5 April 2012

We left out the prayer stations that the children had been using (see below), and along side them, set out the adult’s version. There were six ‘stations’. Five had extracts from the gospel for Lent 6, an extract from Communion with Christ and other readings. The sixth had the Sieger Koder ‘Last Supper’ laid out, […]

Letting go and being healed: Lent 5 with the children.

Monday 26 March 2012

We had a full house on Friday, with plenty of excitement. We started settling down by praying the following prayer, which is attributed to John Wesley: I am no longer my own, but yours. Put me to what you will Put me to doing, put me to suffering. Let me be employed for you or […]