It is easy to be sceptical about an individual’s experience of Jesus. Perhaps this is because we do not trust our own personal experience of the power of God made known to us? Maybe we feel as though such personal experience of Jesus no longer happens?
In the Jubilee year 2000, Pope John Paul initiated this Sunday, the Second Sunday of Easter, as Divine Mercy Sunday. In his homily on that first Divine Mercy Sunday, as...
a Year of Jubilee Whether the papacy of Pope Francis be long or (as he predicts) short, after just two years it is already possible to name the great themes of his...
Last Sunday I reflected on the significance of Easter Sunday morning for the future worship of Christians. These disciples could have chosen Thursday evening (the time...
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,