Monthly Archives: December 2015

2015 A Year in the Precincts

On New Year’s Eve, looking through a year’s photographs, here is an alternative review of the past 12 months living in the front of the cathedral in the Precincts. The photos were not taken systematically, but there is a record … Continue reading

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Cross & Crib belong together

Funerals at Christmas have been a recurring feature for me since I was a curate. In my first year I took a funeral just a matter of days before Christmas Day and I remember the family coming up to me … Continue reading

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Clergy and same sex marriages

  I am trying to work out what the response should be to clergy who marry their same sex partners. The highest profile was Jeremy Pemberton who was refused a licence to take up his appointment as a hospital chaplain … Continue reading

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