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Lent at HPC



On Ash Wednesday there are two services which mark this transition. The service of ‘Ashing’ is an ancient custom where the ashes made from last year’s palm crosses of Palm Sunday are used to mark on the worshiper forehead a smudged cross as a sign and symbol of the penitential season that is beginning. 77 more words


Masterpieces of Light and Space: St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy - Part IV: The Art

So there’s probably close to a billion historically significant works of art in St. Peter’s Basilica, mostly by Italian renaissance artists who later lent their names to a ragtag group of martial arts knowing turtles. 286 more words


St Peter's Seminary featured in BBC's 'In Pictures'

I’ll never know why it never occurred to me to make the small diversion that would have let me visit St Peter’s at least once in the past (decades). 368 more words


Gospel Prescriptions - Sermon by Sinclair Ferguson - Philippians 4:2-9

Sunday is the Lord’s Day – its a day to get away from social media and the internet and I for one try to stay away!   116 more words

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Out of the Ashes - The Fall and Rise of the Church in Scotland - Article in Australian Presbyterian

This article has just been published in the Australian Presbyterian.

Out of the Ashes – The Fall and Rise of the Church in Scotland

I suppose that for many Australian Presbyterians Scotland, or at least the Presbyterian Church in Scotland is considered to be the motherland! 1,209 more words

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