I remember a wise theology teacher asking: “do we live on the earth or in the earth?”
St Bede’s College in Christchurch is building a new chapel and this morning at the College Mass Bishop Paul Martin SM used the image of a chapel under construction in this homily
If I invited you to listen closely to today’s scripture readings, then asked you to sum them up in a couple of words, you might answer that these readings are all about...
This is the follow-up to yesterday's post on guide books. That reflection was inspired by Pope Francis suggesting that as pilgrims we have two "guide books" to help us...
Did you notice that Pope Francis in his Epiphany homily referred to guide books? If you have ever travelled in a foreign country you will know just how helpful a good...
Take a moment to consider the situations – and the people – that you have come to accept as impossible.
Growing up in small-city 1970’s Aotearoa we didn’t think much about music that might be considered serious and high-brow.
I like that. The world as the theatre of human history, that is, the world as the place where God and people meet and live together.
When the angel left Mary, the challenges and problems of this new era of her life had just begun.
Unbridled ambition is problematic and resentment is exhausting. Love, generosity and forgiveness really is foundational,