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A Via Crucis for our Time

The very graphic post by Debra Kolkka on the Massacre at Sant’Anna di Stazzema (see https://bagnidilucca.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/the-massacre-at-santanna-di-stazzema/) made me realise that there were several other “ecidii”, as the word gets translated into Italian, in Lucca province, the majority of which took place in the horrific final months of WWII when Italy was torn apart by civil war with the Nazis and Repubblichini (or adherents to Mussolini’s republic of Salò) on one side and the partisans and the allied forces on the other. 491 more words


Sunday Stills, the next challenge: The Letter C

Things that begin with the letter ‘C’ is the assignment from Ed this week.

Please visit Ed’s Sunday Stills to view the other participants’ responses to the challenge. 31 more words


Response to Gospel Fluency

What is the Gospel?

The  word gospel means a message or declaration of good news. Back in the day, like waaaaaay back in the day, there were messengers called Evangels. 930 more words

Church Planting

Tyrley, Shropshire

The Mission Church, Tyrley, Shropshire.

Photo taken : 18 October 2014

Google map : http://goo.gl/maps/0y5XJ


Falls & Shankill: I figured it made sense, building me a fence

Recently I was telling a Italian friend about some of the scrapes in which members of my extended family back in Belfast sometimes get involved. She was delighted and proclaimed them to be proper South Italians. 3,463 more words

Wedding Bells and War Graves

St.Nicholas Parish Church Brockenhurst is noted in both the Doomsday Book and on my marrage certificate it is said to be the oldest church in the New Forest. 110 more words

Zero Tolerance

“I know your record and what you are doing, your love and faith and service and patient endurance, and that your recent works are more numerous than your first ones. 725 more words

Daily Teaching