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Listening to the Light – Creation speaks.

November 22, 2015 / Greg Valerio

Category: Blog, Society of St. Columba

In this final blog posting, we reflect on the impact that encountering creation had on those who took part in The Listening to the Light pilgrimage in September 2015 and how God is intimately involved in the whole of creation.

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Listening to the Light – Encircling Conversations

November 3, 2015 / Greg Valerio

Category: Blog, Society of St. Columba

Part two of a three part blog series entitled Listening to the Light – in this blog post I reflect on the nature of the human conversations that were had on the Society of St. Columba’s pilgrimage around England and Wales in September 2015. It was always a hunch that in inviting an indigenous native elder to Britain, might unlock something for us concerning our […]

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Listening to the Light – The Pilgrimage

October 22, 2015 / Greg Valerio

Category: Blog, Society of St. Columba

In this blog I aim to distill down our wonderful time together on this pilgrimage. It is always difficult to express in words the impact that the Holy Spirit has on the human person, as these encounters are always beyond personal, they become life forming and so often this formation does not take shape for many years after the encounter took place. This I would suggest is going to be true of our Listening to the Light peregrination.

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The Rule of St. Columba

August 10, 2015 / Greg Valerio

Category: Society of St. Columba, St. Columba, The Rule of St. Columba

The Rule of St. Columba is a 7th century monastic rule that is typical of early British and Irish Monastic practice. Attributed to St. Columba of Iona.

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Be Alone in a Separate Place says St. Columba

August 11, 2015 / Greg Valerio

Category: Blog, Society of St. Columba, St. Columba

In this inaugural blog on behalf of The Society of S. Columba I want to reflect not on an organisational or missional introduction, as to why we have formed the society. It exists because we exist as a group of people re-discovering an ancient simple truth as journey towards the heart of God. A truth that we are called to ‘be alone with God’.

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