As Easter Nears…

Easter cathedral
Anglican Cathedral

No longer a regular churchgoer, yet I have always attended the Easter service wherever I was, and especially liked the litany in the Anglican church. Though not raised in its tradition, I liked seeing the mitre, the altar and the chalice, and the gold cross carried down the aisle, the vestments of the clergy. Candles sent rays of light in every direction, to remind us that Jesus the Christ is the “Light…

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Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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Storyteller and dreamer. I write about the English language, being human, the magic of life, and metaphysics. Ph.D. in English Literature. www.regina-clarke.com

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