words
say the word

say the word

Do I accept my own perception of myself, or do I believe that God’s more positive view of me might be the one to trust?

words & miracles

words & miracles

Words are important and in recent days the words shared by Food For Faith readers following each post have given the comments section of the page an inspiring life of its own. Thank you to all those who are sharing their life and faith in this way.

words

words

We don't often consider the psalm of each day's Mass when reflecting on the scriptures of the liturgy, but the psalm can provides a helpful key to understanding the...

the voice

the voice

We are almost half way through the season of Lent. Often by this stage our initial commitments and enthusiasms have faced and the demands and routines of daily life...

Sr. Leonie “bottled”

Sr. Leonie “bottled”

As the Rector of the host College for this year's Bishop Lyons Shield Competition, Justin Boyle of St. Bede's had the opportunity for a last word before asking Bishop...

gift of words

gift of words

When I arrived at the Bishop Lyons Public Speaking competition on Sunday afternoon, Bishop Barry Jones had just celebrated Mass for the teams from our seven Catholic...

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