Lorraine Cavanagh

July 11, 2021

A Response to the ‘Myriad Plan’ from Lorraine Cavanagh

‘Preach the Gospel. Use words if you must’ writes a wandering friar, in the 13th century. What would happen to the Church’s vision and strategy for generating […]
January 8, 2021

Silent Witness

The difficulty lies in knowing what to think, despite all that has been said about how so many of us feel in regard to the events […]
December 22, 2020

Has Christmas Failed Us?

‘..The Holy Ghost over the bent world broods with warm breast and with ah! bright wings’, words taken from Gerard Manley Hopkins’s poem ‘God’s Grandeur’. I […]
October 15, 2020

Lorraine Cavanagh: Ministry in a Virtual World

For those in public ministry, the business of how we are received is as important in the world of the virtual as it is in real […]
August 27, 2020

Lorraine Cavanagh: Hope Un-deferred

I received an email this morning confirming, in the nicest way, that my name had been added to the ‘lost’. The writer had meant ‘list’ of […]
August 3, 2020

God, Grace and Donald Trump

A single spider, one of the long-legged variety, is hanging by a thread in an undusted corner of where I am working right now. It seems […]
May 1, 2020

Authority and Power on Good Shepherd Sunday

Victorian imagery has contributed significantly, in my opinion, to the sentimentalisation of Christ as the Good Shepherd. I have been looking for images of the bad […]
March 31, 2020

The Eucharist – A Virtual Necessity?

I am not a great Skype enthusiast. I don’t disagree with it in principle. It’s just that I find that it doesn’t quite deliver what it […]
February 29, 2020

Finding the Church

Between September 1665 and November 1666, in the village of Eyam, 260 people died of the plague, including a visitor who had come to sell cloth […]

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