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Earth Matters, Faith Matters.

I recently led my briefest pilgrimage to date, as part of a day entitled Earth Matters/Faith Matters organised by Exeter Diocese in advance of the Paris Climate Summit. For me it was inspiring to hear the common ground and sense of commitment to issues of ecology and sustainability expressed by people of different faiths and […]

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Heartbeat of Mother Earth

I have been contacted by Tiffany Stephens who is hoping to find people who would like to run or take part in events across the world, but especially Europe as part of A European Citizens Initiative for the Rights of Nature. The co-ordinated events planned for the 22nd April 2016 will be entitled Heartbeat of […]

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It’s a small world

Charmaine Porter, resident of Seattle in Washington State U.S.A. was ordering some guidebooks for the pilgrimage recently. She mentioned in an e mail that she already had family ties to the Michael and Mary Lines, with her parents in law living in Bury St Edmunds. They have been active in supporting renovation work at nearby […]

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Any Offers

I am looking for volunteers, people interested to take on exploring potential sections of the pilgrimage route eastwards beyond Avebury. David Kelf is doing a wonderful job researching, walking and dowsing his way along the eastern end of the Michael and Mary Lines between Hopton and Eye – and organising group walks along the way. […]

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GLASTONBURY TO AVEBURY – Reflections and Connections

It is said that we don’t seek to walk in our ancestors footsteps’, we seek what our ancestors sought. This spiritual questing has drawn people to Glastonbury and Avebury for millennia. Quite what role the influence of the Michael and Mary Lines play in underpinning the potency of these places and their capacity to touch […]

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