Jean Vianney
in God’s gaze

in God’s gaze

God’s gaze on me is the heart of prayer. God does all the work – and I am transformed.

Vocations Awareness Week

Vocations Awareness Week

Thank you to all who are active in promoting diocesan priesthood as a fulfilling, God-centred life of adventure and service. 

it’s Advent

it’s Advent

There is a story told of the holy French priest Jean Vianney (Ćure d’Ars d.1859). He noticed an elderly man who would spend hours in the church before the Blessed...

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to forgive

to forgive

We all struggle to forgive those who have hurt us and those we love.

here and now

here and now

In Jesus God is where we are, here and now. Speak to him. Listen for him.

not very Christian

not very Christian

Without this relationship we become for our world a reactive presence rather than an original presence.

call to maturity

call to maturity

The two sons represent two immature ways of relating to God: rebellion and childish obedience.

a-maze-ing

a-maze-ing

The crooked lines of our lives, when lived and walked and breathed in God, leads to the freedom of which we dream.