Love casts out fear. But so do several other things — ignorance, alcohol, passion, presumption, and stupidity.
Miracles always happen – visible at times only to the trained eye and heart
By looking at the graves, before which countless memories return, we remember how they lived, what they loved
How many of us have lost our bearings; we are no longer attentive to the world in which we live;
Notice the positive difference in your day when you seek to meet Jesus in every unwelcome encounter.
Perhaps God is now too accessible for those of us who might prefer a distant and controllable God.
It’s the feast of St. Luke today, 18 October. He is best known as the writer of the Gospel of Luke
St. Teresa of Avila died on the night of 4 – 15 October 1582. That’s a long night
Feelings that are uppermost in human consciousness are simply a starting point for discernment.
I’m welcoming this first National Matariki holiday celebrating new life and hope as the people of God in our land have for centuries.
I’m in Auckland this week offering sessions for anyone who is interested. I hope to see you. Share the word and bring a friend.
The discipline of daily writing keeps me alert to the presence and action of Jesus in my life every day.
If the Magi had settled for seeking creature comforts, they would never have encountered the Lord.
A faith that is deeply rooted in friendship with Christ is adult and mature. It is this friendship that opens us up to all that is good
a podcast conversation between Siân Owen RSJ, Merv Duffy SM & John O’Connor