Perhaps we struggle to separate the noise and clamour of others’ opinions from the voice of God
The greeting around the United States this morning is “happy fourth!”
You might find this brief video clip helpful as we celebrate Trinity Sunday today.
I was reminded today of a wonderful (virtual) gathering that I was privileged to be a part of twelve months ago this week.
A half-hour podcast considering the scriptures for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Saints are not saints because they have achieved self-mastery or psychological wholeness. It is not even avoidance of sin that makes a saint so.
You might like to share this post with grandparents who will appreciate some encouragement on this their feast day.
I was privileged to be asked to give the homily at the Mass of Thanksgiving of Fr. Isaac Fransen
Lectio Divina using Gospel Reading for the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Mark 6:7-13
A thought for today’s feast of Peter and Paul
If you saw a burning bush, would you (a) call 911, (b) get the hot dogs, or (c) recognise God?
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;