By Jane Bentley
A full-colour consultant to the Iona Pilgrimage, either off-road and on-road, together with a wealthy choice of readings, prayers, poems, images, songs, tales and reflections. For viewers to the island and 'armchair pilgrims' alike.
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Jesus: Oh no, there’ll be plenty of others. Peter: Will I know some of them? What about my cousin Alec … will he be there? And is there any chance of my sister coming if she still fancies you? And what about my gran? Oh, Jesus, I’d love to bring my gran to meet you. Can I? Jesus: Peter … just bring yourself. Peter: But … but … you said there would be others. Jesus: That’s right. Peter: Who are they? Jesus: I’m not telling you. Peter: Why not? Jesus: You might not like them. Peter: Aw, thanks a bunch, Jesus!
Intelligently, gently, above all lovingly, they encourage them to go on and recover their joy in the journey. To travel for the sake of travelling is not the true journey. We must seek a goal, envisage an end to the journey, an arrival. But there are journeys and journeys. For the Abrahamic minorities, setting out means to get moving and help many others get moving to make the world juster and more human. Dom Helder Camara (adapted) The call As Jesus walked along the shore of the Lake of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon (called Peter) and his brother Andrew, casting a net into the lake; for they were fishermen.
It’s enough for us to notice the difference, to savour the moment, and cherish today. Tomorrow can take care of itself. But forgive us if, as we travel together, we occasionally wonder whether things will go on being different. And whether, in fact, the difference is in us. Amen Brian Woodcock SONGS Glory and gratitude and praise (Iona Abbey Music Book, WGP) Jesu tawa pano (Many and Great, Wild Goose Publications) ON THE WAY Pilgrims We walk in the rain sunshine and wind Hair restricted under hats or snapping wildly We smile We laugh We walk … An Iona pilgrim LOST It is an alarming experience to lose your way when you are leading a pilgrimage.
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