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.
FFF’s Advent Online daily email reflections begin Sunday morning 1 December, the first day of Advent. Make sure you’re signed up, and share this invitation with anyone you think might be interested.
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.
Many people are surprised to learn that the celebration of the Mass before the changes following the Second Vatican included much more scripture than the form of Mass...
Healthy doubt develops faith that is rooted in God and grounded
The ONE who brings us together is Jesus Christ, risen, present and active among us.
His question gives them a chance to express their feeling at their lack of success.
Note the physicality of today’s gospel: hearts, hands, feet, mouth, eyes, and human feelings: peace, alarm, fright, agitation, doubt
FFF gatherings in cafes and bars have begun, following the disciples talking together on the road