How do we cope during times of spiritual dryness when God feels far away? How can we build up resources to cope with these times? Nicholas Henshall has written regularly for the last 10 years on pastoral and practical theology in the international Roman Catholic weekly, The Tablet. We are looking forward to welcoming him to the Cathedral for Holy Ground in October.
About Nicholas Henshall
Nicholas Is Dean of Chelmsford. A Mancunian by birth and upbringing, Nicholas studied in Athens, Oxford and Rome before ordination in Newcastle in 1988. He served in extreme inner city parishes for 14 years and then spent 6 years on the staff of Derby Cathedral where he also worked for BBC Radio Derby. After 5 years leading a large church in North Yorkshire, he moved to Chelmsford in 2014.
Nicholas has been involved in ministerial formation throughout his ministry and is currently an associate member of staff at St Mellitus College. He has written regularly for the last 10 years on pastoral and practical theology in the international Roman Catholic weekly, The Tablet.