Diocesan Blog - April, 2019
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A Question for Easter It is not a trick question, but neither is it as straightforward as it might seem. To whom did the risen Lord first appear? It depends, of course, on which Gospel you read! St Matthew tells us that it was… Read more
The Chrism Eucharist and The New Language of Holy Week and Easter ‘That’s just the way it is’; ‘We are where we are’; ‘Get real’; ‘Wake up and smell the coffee’. You may have heard those phrases recently. I most certainly have. In fact, I have probably used… Read more
Chaplain to the Deaf Community Appointed Bishop Peter is delighted that The Revd Jeanette Hamer has accepted his invitation to become Chaplain to the Deaf Community on the island. Jeanette will be working alongside the Manx Deaf Society to ensure that we provide optimal pastoral and… Read more
Thoughts for Holy Week If you walk down the Mount of Olives and past the Garden of Gethsemane at the bottom, and then climb up the hill to the old walled city of Jerusalem, you come to a church called St Peter in Gallicantu: St Peter at the Cock-crow. ‘Before… Read more
In response to developing events in Paris, as fire is causing significant damage to Notre Dame Cathedral, representatives from the Church of England have spoken out. The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, tweeted: “Tonight we pray for the firefighters tackling the tragic Notre Dame fire – and for… Read more
The Archbishop of York is glad to announce that Louise Mary Connacher, Deputy Registrar of the Diocese of York, Registrar of Sodor and Man, Master of Arts (Cantab.), Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales and Partner of Lupton Fawcett LLP has accepted the invitation to become… Read more