Description of the Northumbrian monastic community: ‘Dynamic and erratic, spontaneous and radical, audacious and immature, committed if not altogether coherent. Ecumenically open and often experimental, visible here and there , now and then, but unsettled institutionally. Almost monastic in nature but most of all enacting a fearful hope for society.’
Image: Alnwick Abbey gatehouse; line drawing by George Tate in ‘The history of the borough, castle, and barony of Alnwick, 1869’
In St Mary’s prayer cycle for this month, today we pray for all care home residents.
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