Reading 1: The Questions of King Milinda translated by Edward Conze. Published by Penguin Classics.
Reading 2: Echo of the Soul written by J Phillip Newell. Published by Canterbury Press.
Reading 3: ‘Religion’ written by D.H. Lawrence from Selected Poems. Published by Everyman.
Reading 4: ‘Long Song’ written by Michael O’Siadhail. Available in Love Life, published by Bloodaxe.
Reading 5: ‘Thanksgiving for the Body’ written by Thomas Traherne. Available in The Poetical Works of Thomas Traherne 1636-1674, published by Kessinger.
Music 1: ‘Force et Agilité des Corps Glorieux’ from Les Corps Glorieux composed by Olivier Messiaen. Performed by Gillian Weir on the CD Olivier Messiaen: The Organ Works – Volume 3. Released by Priory.
Music 2: ‘Tasbeh Dei Ik Ik Dhaneh (Each and Every Rosary Bead)’ performed by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. Available on the CD Body and Soul, released by Virgin.
Music 3: ‘Beata Viscera’ performed by The Dufay Collective. Available on the CD Miri It Is: Songs and Instrumental Music from Medieval England, released by Chandos.
Music 4: ‘Chare Jesu Suavvissime’ composed by Alessandro Stradella performed by Gerard Lesne and Sandrine Piau. Available on the CD Motets, released by Virgin Classics.
Music 5: ‘Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) performed by Anne Sofie Von Otter. Available on the CD Anne Sofie Von Otter Meets Elvis Costello: For the Stars, released by Deutsche Grammophon.
Music 6: ‘Deus, Deus, Meus’ from Westminster Mass composed by Roxanna Panufnik performed by the Westminster Cathedral Choir. Available on the CD Westminster Mass, released by Teldec.