Posts tagged Epiphany

Love, life and resurrection

It is on the fourth day, once Lazarus is truly dead, that Jesus reveals — even more powerfully than last week — who he truly is. He reveals the loving communion with his Father in heaven through prayer, and he speaks the word, “Lazarus, come out!”

Epiphany Reading: Reflections on Light.

I am still mulling over the physical nature of the Incarnation but noticed another theme coming through my Internet reading, that of Light. Two post on the Quantum Theology blog drew my attention to begin with; one within the Octave of Christmas that had the feel of and one a much more down to earth […]

The River and the Cross

I have thought a great deal about the Baptism of Christ, this week. In Children’s Liturgy I have focused on the ‘epiphany’ nature of the event. When we were Anglicans, Epiphany was a whole season from 6th January to Candlemas on 2nd February. We have the similar readings now and I am still aware of […]

Hidden, then revealed.

I often find there are levels or strands to my spiritual life that manage to exist at the same time, even though they seem different. I was aware of two during Christmas and into Epiphany. I came out of Advent thinking about one of the things that had been said in the third Advent group. […]

Kings, Chalk and Cake.

Epiphany yesterday was celebrated with traditions from around Europe! At the end of Mass Fr Neil blessed chalk for people to take home and bless their house and household. There was a sheet to take home with prayers for the blessing and their are lots of examples of prayers on the Internet. I like this […]