Grace Upon Grace

From God's fullness we have all received, grace upon grace

Grace Upon Grace

Grace Upon Grace

Grace Upon Grace

From God's fullness we have all received, grace upon grace

Considering the body

I don't necessarily articulate in my mind my understanding of an action as my body performs it during the liturgy. Most of the time, I let that physical action be my expression of intention and my offering.
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The gift of the blue bottle

It is prayer hour in the convent chapel on a sunny summer morning. Dust motes swirl idly in the sun's rays streaming through the high windows. The chapel is still, apart from a solitary blue bottle.
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Someone

This reflection grew out of a shared Lectio Divina group session one year ago, and continued pondering and research.
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New blog, old posts

I was increasingly feeling that I wanted to write more about my prayer and spirituality. I therefore started this new blog…
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About

Clare Bryden. Photo credit markburley.co.uk

I have been a Christian for more than thirty years, and seek to live out my faith in working to encourage care for the environment as God’s creation and justice for our neighbours across the earth and in future generations. I also have the occasional moment when I would describe myself as called to contemplative prayer.