Tag Archives: sparrows

At St John’s, Waterloo, May 2018

  I was coming round the corner of the church last sunday when all of a sudden I saw two little birds on the tarmac in front of the condemned box hedge. I was amazed.They looked like sparrows. They were … Continue reading

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sparrows, with footnotes in Bern.

I thought we had the situation under control.  I saw myself, without being aware of it, in a priestly role, a guardian of the holy places which provided sanctuary for God’s creatures, a dozen or so surviving sparrows which flitted … Continue reading

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