The homelessness of Mary, Joseph and their child Jesus may have lasted several years
In this reflection I share some of the most helpful advice ever given to me about prayer. I hope you find it as encouraging as I have.
“All of humanity’s problems stem from our inability to sit quietly in a room alone”
A New Year prayer from today's first reading, set beautifully to music by John Rutter.
As a preparation for this November month of the Holy Souls you might appreciate this interview on life and death based on my own experience at the time of the deaths of my parents.
By happy coincidence I have spent time this week in the same course of study as a couple of dozen seminarians from the U.S. I have been inspired by their vocations stories and their enthusiasm
This is the last of the three conversations with Vatican Astronomer Br. Guy Consolmagno SJ on his visit to Christchurch earlier in the week.
Br. Guy went well beyond the expectations of these young people with profound reflections on life and love, hope and joy and discernment of life choices.
Here is the first of my conversations with Br. Guy Consolmagno SJ, Vatican Astronomer on his visit to Christchurch this week.
A ten minute audio prayer for bedtime. Relax, press play, and pray to sleep.
There is one particular way of listening to what the Lord wishes to tell us. We call it Lectio Divina
What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will affect everything.
This realisation is precisely what it means to live in right relationship with God and with self.
Perhaps there is a way to ensure that I am well whatever is going on in my life.
I like Jonah. I understand him. I get his reluctance. I feel his fear. I can even read his mind