Bee Blogs – April 2015

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Hair secret!
 Honey water has been popular as a face freshener or tonic for centuries. Sarah Duchess of Marlborough, who was famed for the beauty of [Read More]

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Thought for the Week – The Equinox

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All religions use symbols and many of them are linked with the natural world. The date for Easter, a moveable feast, is one such symbol.
The [Read More]

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Thought for the Week – Curial Diseases Final list

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As we move towards the end of Lent the last five Curial Diseases outlined by Pope Francis, give us something to ponder. He concludes this [Read More]

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Thought for the Week – Curial Diseases Continued

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This week I have listed the next five of what Pope Francis calls, ‘Curial Diseases’. They seem even more applicable to most of us then [Read More]

Thought for the Week – Curial Diseases

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Pope Francis recently drew up a list of what he called, “curial diseases”, diseases that he has identified as being prevalent at the heart of [Read More]

Thought for the Week – St Basil the Great

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St Basil the Great was born in Turkey in 330 and was called ‘great’ because of his learning, eloquence and immense charity.
He was very preoccupied [Read More]