An Act of Faith

The Fifth Lenten talk at SS Anselm and Cecilia, London, in two parts.

Part Two

F- Making an Act of Faith kariye_ic-large-emauil

For the  first Christians then faith did not mean primarily believing in a  body of truths or defined dogmas, but in a body that was raised from the dead on the first Easter Day.

Just as I used each letter from the word OUR as  a memory jog for morning prayer I will now use each letter of the word FATHER as a memory jog for daily prayer beginning with the letter F for Faith. But first let me make a few preliminary remarks.   read on ……..

 

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