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Slowly, in my older years I have come to appreciate time and again that consolation has come out of desolation. I recognise God seems to have placed a thought, a physical thing, a person, an event, right in the path of a misfortune – just like a...
Looking back over this troubled period, we had often allowed ourselves to succumb to the uncertainties of living in a complex, fast-paced world. Each time, it seemed, we had made the mistake of failing to stop and consider what was truly important,...
A flower set against a yellow and pink sunset
‘So long as I am content to act as an instinctive being, insisting upon my individual identity, its rights and the respect due to it as such, I am putting up an invulnerable barrier between myself and my friend. But perchance I lose sight of myself...
Older man with beard and glasses reads in a window seat
This week I read that in the United States, arguably the most powerful and developed economy on a global scale, new mothers are not legally entitled to paid maternity leave – some of them returning to work less than two weeks after giving birth. Our...
‘… Christ has given us this memorial of his passion to bring us its saving power until the end of time ...’ From the Preface to the Eucharist ‘I am the living bread which has come down from heaven.’ The Gospel Acclamation ‘Anyone who eats this bread...
This Sunday is Corpus Christi
Today we watched Cardinals flying around with a Blue jay. The colorful birds were delightful. I find God in any act of kindness.
Smiling girl
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