The psalm from today’s liturgy is perhaps the best known of all of the 150 psalms. It is a text known by name, number and popular melody:
While the visible present fear is a biological virus, the fact is that we humans face fear every day.
The psalm from today’s Mass is perhaps the best known of the 150 psalms giving direction and hope in the midst of daily struggles.
Like me, many of you will have learnt things by heart as a child, perhaps a prayer or a poem or multiplication tables. This rote-learning method went out of fashion for...
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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.