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Prayer blog: Making 'Xmas' more Christian

09 Dec 2015 |  Michael McVeigh

Celebrating Christmas in different parts of the world can be an interesting experience. One year, I was visiting my sister in Dubai. It was an amazing experience to visit bright shopping malls, covered in tinsel and other non-religious festive decorations, playing non-religious Christmas tunes, with not a Christian symbol in sight. The celebration was there, and there was a significant warmth to it. But it had become something very different in the majority Muslim culture - Xmas, or Christmas without Christ. 


Prayer blog: The discomfort of the Gospel

02 Dec 2015 | Christina Rocha

Prayer blog regular Christina Rocha explores the discomfort of the Gospels and why Christians should remain vigilant against comfort.


Prayer blog: When bad things happen to good people

23 Nov 2015 | Brendan Nicholls

The abhorrent attacks in Paris two weeks ago have been at the forefront of our conversations. Sadly our world has seen these types of events before, in both affluent and in impoverished countries. We of course take more notice when these things happen in ‘safe’ places.


Prayer blog: The music of encounter

19 Oct 2015 | Michael McVeigh

I was talking recently with a Catholic liturgical musician about the songs that people enjoy hearing at Mass, and the conflicts that take place over what's going to be played and sung on a particular Sunday. I had an embarrassing confession to make: 'To be honest, I don't really like any of the music I hear at Mass'.


Prayer blog: The Gift of the Mass

12 Oct 2015 | Genevieve Nicoll

I have a confession to make: I’ve become a Mass junkie. There’s a hunger that’s developed recently that seems to be a grace. I have been wary of it, asked myself if it’s authentic, but the sense of consolation I feel makes me believe that the Lord is blessing me at the moment. 


Prayer blog: My heaven, my castle and my joy

06 Oct 2015 | Maddy Kuyken

The idea of heaven is that of clouds, people in white clothing, angels and God waiting at the gates for us. Yet for some people their view is slightly different. For me I imagine all of my family and beloved lost pets waiting for me at the gates, waiting with open arms to be able to embrace for me all eternity.


Prayer blog: All creatures great and small

24 Sep 2015 | Beth Doherty

Full disclosure here: I rather like cats. The site of a little mangy abandoned kitten can reduce me to sobs. Pope Benedict XVI apparently liked them too, and according to one source confided to the Father General of the Jesuits that the cats hanging around St Peter’s Square were ‘the audience that listened to him.’ 


Prayer blog: Patience really is a virtue

14 Sep 2015 | Helen Jacobs

Virtues are good habits for a reason. They are the coaches and spectators of this marathon called life, whole-heartedly advising you and cheering you on, wanting you to become a better person. 


Prayer blog: A journey back to mass

02 Sep 2015 | Genevieve Nicoll

Despite growing up Catholic and attending Catholic schools, until recently I had stopped regularly attending Mass. 


Prayer blog: In the silence of the heart

25 Aug 2015 | Beth Doherty

In 2012, Pope Benedict wrote a letter for the World Day of Communications on silence. It was an unusual departure from the tradition of the previous 10 years, which had focused on the changes in digital media platforms and the Internet. 


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