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PrayerBlog: Remaining Resolute

14 Jan 2017 | Mark O'Shea

'Argh! Just ten more minutes!' It's 6am, and already I'm in the throes of a heated battle with my alarm clock. My outstretched hand slams down on the snooze button, the only ally I can count on in this daily grudge match. It takes another three rounds in the ring for my conscience to finally leap into action, prying my unwilling eyes open with a few short, sharp pangs: 'Didn't you promise yourself that you'd be getting up early from now on?' Fine! I surrender!


PrayerBlog: Strange Journeys

14 Dec 2016 | Andrew Hamilton, SJ

Many children associate Christmas with journeys made and odd places visited. Plane and train trips to visit separated parents, car trips to visit rarely seen relatives, camping expeditions to tent cities by the beach.


Reflection questions & activities for 'St Teresa of Calcutta Parish Bulletin'

07 Dec 2016 |

Reflection questions and activities for 'St Teresa of Calcutta Parish Bulletin: What would a ‘parish of mercy’ look like?' in the Christmas 2016 edition


Reflection questions & activities for 'Mercy notes: Mercy in the Church'

23 Nov 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for 'Mercy notes: Mercy in the Church' in the Christmas 2016 edition


Advent liturgy: Why are we waiting?

16 Nov 2016 | Geraldine Martin

An advent liturgy that explores the question 'Why are we waiting?' as we prepare for Christmas


Reflection questions and activities for ‘The Church's divine comedy’

09 Nov 2016 | Staff

Reflection questions and activities for ‘The Church's divine comedy’ in the Christmas 2016 edition


Gaming the Gospels: ‘Jesus says’

31 Oct 2016 |

This Gaming the Gospels is based on the Gospel teachings of Jesus.


From the editor: A Church of the Holy Spirit

31 Oct 2016 | Michael McVeigh

How can we as Catholics better embody the mercy of God in the way we live out our faith in the world?


Mercy notes: Mercy in the Church

31 Oct 2016 | Peter Fleming

Doctors are devoted to mercy and St Luke was a member of that profession. No surprise then, that his gospel contains a wonderful sequence of parables of mercy. In Chapter 15 he gives us the stories of the Lost Sheep, the Lost Coin and – most famous of all – the parable of the Prodigal Son.


Mercy prayer: An exercise for Sunday Mass

31 Oct 2016 |

Becoming a Church of mercy means becoming people of mercy in our parishes. Next Sunday, try the following prayer exercise at your local parish. 


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