Category Archives: Reviews

Fr Kerrigan vs. Fr Pilkington?

I recently finished – all in one evening – the BBC’s six-part drama Broken (please note – link is to Wikipedia entry that contains a fair few spoilers!), in which Sean Bean plays Catholic Fr Michael Kerrigan (left), pastor in a … Continue reading

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A bit of culture!

So, yesterday evening was spent with my friend Monika in one of Stockholm’s large parks, Rålambshovsparken, where the council-funded theatre give public outdoor performances for free throughout the summer. As their Director puts it – “It’s your cultural tax rebate”…. HOWEVER … Continue reading

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Book review: Bringing in the Sheaves by Revd Richard Coles

I just finished Bringing in the Sheaves. Wheat and Chaff from My Years as a Priest by the Revd Richard Coles. Fr Coles is the former Communard who left, as he himself puts it “pop for the pulpit” and is now … Continue reading

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Book Review: Becoming Reverend by Matt Woodcock

As someone who is trying to discern a possible vocation to Holy Orders within the Church of England, reading a diary or a memoir by someone who has gone down the same route is always interesting, and The Revd Matt … Continue reading

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Quick life update, and a book review

Hi all! As you might have noticed, I’m falling behind with my blogging again, so just thought I should throw together a short post with a general life update, as well as review a book I recently read. As you … Continue reading

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Restaurant review: the Whistling Duck, Hertford

Name: The Whistling Duck Address: Lower Hatfield Road, Hertford, Herts, SG13 8XX Phone: 01992 514726 Web: Type of cuisine: Modern British & European Price range: Main Courses £16.95-26.95 Review: I went with a friend who lives locally in mid-September 2014 to have a long awaited catch up. … Continue reading

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