Category Archives: Chaplain’s Musings

Chaplain’s MUSINGS 25th November

There is something I have only really just noticed which is so very very obvious that my only response to it can be an ‘Of Course’ with a gravity defying number of exclamation marks. A couple of weeks ago (12.-16.11.) … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s Musings – 10th November 2020

I have been going through our website and have seen a version of ‘Sadly due to  Covid19 this is currently not available….’ all too often. For sure, there is much else going on – Sunday worship of course morning and … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s  Musings  3rd November 2020

Because this is a Church of England Chaplaincy we are more than aware that the other dioceses (actually In England) usually mark this coming Sunday as Remembrance Sunday, as will a small handful of other countries, while many more countries … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s Musings 27th October 2020

When I worked as a school chaplain, for nine years, one of my responsibilities was to run the Royal Navy section of the Combined Cadet Force (which led to some interesting conversations with other staff and also the youngsters). A … Continue reading

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CHAPLAIN’S MUSINGS  MO 19.10.20 – STOP PRESS STOP C-19 UPDATES

STOP PRESS STOP C-19 UPDATES This is so so so Not a title I would choose for Musings not least it feels (and is) a backward step when we are all desperate to move forward. So, in the last week … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s musings – 12th October 2020

‘Who stole your stole ?’ A question which has been put to me (in different words) twice now by young peeps. For all of us, over the last six months, life has changed in ways too many to keep track … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s musings – 5th October

Two days ago, we didn’t get a day off work and school for the “Feiertag”, because the 30th anniversary of German reunification fell at the weekend! I did however manage to catch up with a close friend of mine who … Continue reading

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Views from the pews…

This year, the limitations imposed as a result of Covid-19 mean that travel, for most of us, has been serverly restricted. For some this has meant their working life has been considerably more home based than usual. This is especially … Continue reading

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Views from the Pews…

In place of the Chaplain’s Musings, for the next three weeks we will be sharing some “Views from the pews…” If anyone has any pastoral needs during this time please contact the wardens (wardens@stcatherines-stuttgart.de). Worship without song? Aged 12 I … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s Musings … on offer at St. Catherine’s over the summer…

Almost upon us… … are the 6 weeks of summer and school holidays during which at various points many of you in ordinary times also take time out and travel. This is the time when: the Sunday School Team usually … Continue reading

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