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Reading the Bible is a tricky business.

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If we miss the Saturday between Good Friday and Easter, we miss a crucial part of the Holy Week story.

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To read comments from Cynthia Bourgeault on Holy Week and Mary Magdalene see: http://www.contemplative.org/blog/

For my reflections on Holy Week see: http://contemplativejournal.com/index.php?option=com_easyblog&view=latest&Itemid=579

Mary stood weeping outside the tomb. (John 20:11)

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Yesterday was Palm Sunday. It is a day fraught with complexities.

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Chela Davison would not be considered a suitable candidate to receive Communion in many Anglican Churches. She professes to be “a non-Christian,” who has “never read The Bible,” and has only been “to church a few times, a couple of handfuls perhaps, mostly on holidays.”
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Looking out at the world it sometimes seems that the litany of turmoil and pain just goes on and on: Haiti, New Zealand, Japan, Syria, Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Bahrain, Oman, Yemen, Ivory Coast, Israel, Palestine – earthquakes, Tsunamis, political turmoil, civil war, violence, anger, hatred …
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Cynthia Bourgeault was on Pender Island, BC leading a retreat centered around Mary Magdelene and the Passion for five days from March 18-22. I was not able to be present at the retreat, but had an excellent note taker on site.
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Cynthia Bourgeault has been on Pender Island, BC leading a retreat centered around Mary Magdelene and the Passion for the past five days. I was not able to be present at the retreaet, but had an excellent note taker on site.
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