It’s four months since I returned home from Northern Leg of Pilgrim Cross. What has stayed with me from the week? First of all, challenge and change. Challenge from the walking itself, from the (relatively minor) discomforts of sleeping on church hall floors, from the inevitable frictions entailed in the creation of an intentional communityContinue reading “Summer reflections from the North”
Category Archives: Reflections
The Student Cross Prayer
Lord Jesus Christ, May it be our privilege to bear your cross. May we glory in nothing else. By it may the world be crucified unto us and we unto the world. May be never shrink from suffering, but rather rejoice to be counted worthy to be suffering members of your mystical body. O Christ,Continue reading “The Student Cross Prayer”
Sunrise over Edinburgh
A few weeks ago many of us went to Edinburgh for a weekend. Early on the Sunday morning a few brave souls decided to wake early and watch the sunrise. This poem was inspired by that sunrise.