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If alleluia is our song, why does it disappear in Lent?

By The Revd Canon Aidan Platten, Canon Precentor - 06 March 2019

St Augustine reminded the Church that ‘We are an Easter people and Alleluia is our song’. People might be forgiven for thinking that too often Christians are slow to praise and thank and quick to judge. Frequently the song sounds more like ‘we are a gloomy people' and 'thou shalt not is our song’ is what is read on faces of believers or in the headlines of the press.