Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: caldey, cistercian way, estates ministry, photography, pilgrimage, prayer, urban ministry, vulnerability, walking
Margaret reminded me of this excellent story from the Winter Pilgrim Blog about a pilgrim who never leaves home. This is wonderful to think of in my enforced rest.
My knee is improving. I am getting out for short walks to the shops. I am hopeful that I will be able to pick up the end of the Cistercian Way in two and a half weeks.
I am reflecting on all this. I think something around ‘On Being a (More) Broken Pilgrim‘ is right. Thinking a lot about weakness, brokenness, vulnerability; how this all connects deep into the heart of Christian faith and estate churches as well as this few weeks of my own journey.
I spent a lot of time looking out of this window at Caldey. The time in the very early mornings as the light began to come was very important.
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