The mind and heart is drawn to Christ who desires to remove all our anxiety…all we need to do is to ask.
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:
If you are ready for a broader faith perspective you might appreciate this offering – something a little different
In every encounter, local and afar, with people of every age and at every stage of life, the struggles and joys of people are remarkably similar.
Humans too often make the fatal mistake of separating body and soul, yet our deep desire is for unity of body and soul.
Both readings are personal favourites and every time I hear them and ponder them these texts speak to me in new and powerful ways.
Too often we settle for an existence of lurching from one satisfaction to the next.