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Veterans Day – Reflection

https://soundcloud.com/user-140188366/armistice-veterans-day-reflection Prelude and Postlude  Feierlicher Einzug der Ritter des Johanniter-Ordens, TrV 224 Richard Strauss (1864-1949) arranged by Gary Olson for brass quintet & organ with Christopher Schroeder, Trumpet; Robby Marx, Trumpet; Liam Hanna, French Horn; Lauren Casey-Clyde, Trombone; Matthew Groves, Bass Trombone, Jeremy Lang, Timpani & Katelyn Emerson, organ Requiem, (II) Herbert Howells,Requiem aeternamRequiem aeternam dona eis. Et lux perpetua luceat eis. Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine.Eternal rest grant unto them. And let light perpetual shine upon…

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THE CHURCH TIMES

The Church’s sacramental ministry is not an optional extra Thursday 05 November 2020 The precautions in place in churches mean that there is no justification for suspending public worship, argues Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff (in the context of the United Kingdom's Government suddenly announcing a new lock down and imposing an end to all public worship in churches). ALL churches are, once again, to be shut, and all public worship suspended in England by government order, as part of…

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Same Sex Unions: Pope Francis and Bishop Love of Albany

It has been a curious few days in regard to the topic of same sex unions, which has so long excited contemporary culture. It opened with Pope Francis in Rome seemingly coming out in support of civil unions, in a documentary about him called “Francesco”, in which he observes  “Homosexuals [are] children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out of the family or have a miserable life because…

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Choral Evensong with Sermon (Feast of Ss. Simon and Jude)

St Simon whose emblem is a fish (on the left)and St Jude, with a boat (on the right)All Saints Church Carleton Rode — Rood screen The opening anthem: “A New Song” by Sir James MacMillan the words from Psalm 96:1-2, 13:O sing unto the Lord a new song, sing unto the Lord all the whole earth. Sing unto the Lord and praise his name, be telling of his salvation from day to day. For he…

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In Quires and Places where they sing

From Left to Right, on the top row:  John Mason Neale, St Benedict, John Keble, then on bottom row: St James the Apostle, Bishop Westcott and Henry Venn. The latest e-mail update from the Society has just gone out. It highlights the Choral Evensongs and Reflections that we have been making available through the course of the current Pandemic. And we have just passed the milestone of having our 2000th listener ! These webcasts have usually…

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