As we make this Advent journey, walking together, set a few minutes at least a couple of times every day to practice recognising God
So much that is taught and written about prayer serves only to convince us that prayer is a complex project to be mastered.
Many of life’s greatest blessings come to us in unexpected ways, at unexpected times and through unexpected people and events.
Repentance means not only turning from what is bad, but also from many things that are good, but just not for us at this time
In the midst of the extra demands of this month, the Season of Advent beginning today offers a timely way to stay happy and centred when everything else threatens to steal our healthy perspective.
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If we follow Christ we experience freedom. With Christ we are freed from the trap of following every fad, fashion, celebrity or opinion. In this way we followers become leaders.
Welcome to Food For Faith for Advent. Even though we don't begin Advent until this Sunday I'm thinking ahead, especially because I'm celebrating Mass and preaching at...
If I were to give this Sunday the Fourth Sunday of Advent a name, I would designate it as Angelus Sunday. Here's why:
It's only a few more sleeps until Christmas. You might find this three minute Food For Faith Youtube clip encouraging in the midst of pre-Christmas busyness.
“In the present order of things, Divine Providence is leading us to a new order of human relations…”
The new wisdom of the Magi was that they now knew how to listen for and recognise the voice of Christ
This encounter which begins a life of intimacy with God, is the most fundamental need of every person.
This eve of a new year heralds a new dawn. Let us look expectantly to a new year, new joys, new possibilities
God never lets anything happen unless it serves for the growth and maturation of those He has called.