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The carriers of hope

01 Nov 2017 | Michael McVeigh

The story of a child born two thousand years ago in a humble stable still has power to inspire hope in insecure places in the world today. 

The Twelve Days of Christmas Creation Challenge

01 Nov 2017 | Jaqui Remond

This Advent season we are responding to the papal encyclical Laudato Si’ to live simply, change our lifestyle and be part of a cultural revolution to look after God’s Creation. 

Saints for all seasons: St Simeon Stylites the Elder

01 Nov 2017 | Peter Fleming

A saint who found true freedom by refusing to go anywhere at all.

Unguarded moments: A Christmas audit

01 Nov 2017 | Ann Rennie

As we approach Christmas and the end of the year it is often a time for thinking about the year that has been, good things and obstacles or heartaches we have had to deal with. It is for many a time for a bit of an audit and New Year’s resolutions, which are made and often broken by the time we get back to work.

PrayerBlog: Denial

12 Apr 2017 | Peter Evans

A poem reflecting on the three times Peter denies Jesus on Good Friday.

Reflection questions & activities for 'Easter Reflection: Look for beating angel wings'

22 Mar 2017 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Easter Reflection: Look for beating angel wings' in the Autumn 2017 edition

Liturgy: Ash Wednesday

15 Feb 2017 | Geraldine Martin

In this liturgy, parishes and schools will prepare their hearts and minds for the Lenten season. 

Easter Reflection: Look for beating angel wings

01 Feb 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Angels today are usually seen as cuddly. They belong on wedding cakes, Christmas cards and play harps on clouds. At Jesus’ time they were serious. They were God’s messengers, bringing destruction to empires and striking fear in people. 

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.

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

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