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Sharing God with others

Frances writes on next Sunday’s readings :- If we are not careful, we can easily be seduced into thinking that the Christians of Galatia (Gals 5:16-15) were for some unexplained reason entirely given over to extravagant sexual promiscuity and other faults. 787 more words


Moments of joy with God

In the last few weeks two very ordinary people have shared with me moments when they have felt very close to God. Neither could fully describe the experience, but I think both would agree that these were moments of exultation, moments of great joy even in the midst of sadness. 1,018 more words


The Rumbling....

Today I took a long shower. Stayed under the water for a while till I heard my tummy rumble. It was loud and quite long. My mind went back to the night before. 198 more words

Random Thoughts

God's love for us

Frances writes on next Sunday’s Readings : St John most likely wrote from Ephesus on the eastern coast of modern Turkey. Ephesus was one of the great imperial capitals of the east, with its own port and a vast complex of pagan temples, theatres and an amphitheatre. 1,044 more words



Photo courtesy http://www.kevinmweeks.com

Hello you! You know how sometimes you’ve tried all that you know to do and nothing seems to be working? You are physically and mentally exhausted and you just have to throw your hands up and say, “Lord, I have come to the end of myself! 240 more words



Who accomplishes the will of the Living God?  Isn’t that the one who is constantly looking to him for direction?

To what direction should we look, since no man has ever been in heaven?  229 more words

Homily on the Holy Spirit and the Church

One of the main reasons why the Church encourages us to honour the Blessed Virgin Mary is not just because she is the mother of Jesus, but more because she is the Mother of the Church. 1,058 more words