In 1984, German filmmaker Philip Gröning wrote to the Carthusian order for permission to make a documentary about them. They said they would get back to him. Sixteen years later, they were ready.
a prayer encouragement for the feast of Francis.
Thomas was not a doubter. Instead he was an adult seeking the verification that all adults need if we are to truly believe.
As staff and students in New Zealand prepare to begin the 2020 school year here’s a thought on the purpose of education, and a reflection on prayer in schools.
Pope Francis has named this Sunday, the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, as Word of God Sunday.
In gratitude to Roger Scruton for his work, and as a prayer for his eternal experience of the fulness of beauty, I share one of his best-known video teachings.
There is an old adage that we build our buildings and then our buildings build us. This is most true of a Catholic church
I’ve been a part of a few great end-of-year gatherings in recent weeks and there’s always some great conversations
With U2 playing in Auckland this weekend I’m appreciating the opportunity to savour not only their music but also some of Bono’s inspiring interviews.
Fifty years on you can’t miss how these astronauts were moved by what they were experiencing, and we can’t help being moved by the same beauty
And then I started to remember. I remembered places, events, problems and people
slow food and drink with people I love and trust, hours rich with conversation and love
Christianity is not a collection of truths to be believed, of rules to be followed, or of prohibitions.
As a person grows up they want to liberate themselves and become free and adult
God delights in writing straight with the crooked lines of our lives.