Interruption: Thank you!

 

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Detail from a window at Lincoln Cathedral, MMB.

As editor of this blog, I read each and every post, and the ‘like’s, comments and ‘follow’s that come in from our readers. I don’t worry about the statistics, but I do appreciate the fact that we have faithful readers in different parts of the world – who seem to like different styles of reflection from our different writers.

This is a moment to thank our writers, all associated with the Franciscan International Study Centre in Canterbury, for all the wisdom distilled in their reflections, stories and pictures.  Please keep them coming! And this is also a moment to thank our readers –  our friends – all over the world. Please keep coming to the mirror and maybe sometimes reflect back to us what you see here. Your thoughts on our coming season about the Year of Mercy would be welcome.

WT.

 

 

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