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Prayer blog: Counting grains of sand

26 Jan 2015 | Andrew Hamilton

Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ looks at what we can learn about God and prayer on a summer holiday at the beach. 


Reflection questions and activities for 'Living in hope'

05 Nov 2014 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Living in hope', from the Christmas 2014 edition


Prayer blog: Psalms - The Great Songbook

05 Nov 2014 | Damian Coleridge

The 150 songs we call the Psalms (meaning accompanied songs) and which in Hebrew are called Tehillim (praises) have an enduring voice. One way or another Jews and Christians of whatever persuasion have always sung the psalms and the variety of their musical settings, through the ages and across cultures, is extraordinary. They’re our great, shared songbook. The 20th Century German theologian and martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer once said that ‘wherever the psalms are abandoned, an incomparable treasure vanishes from the Christian Church. With its recovery will come unsuspected power.’


God's gift to the losers

26 Oct 2014 | Michael McVeigh

What makes hope perhaps God’s greatest gift is that it’s aimed not at winners, but almost exclusively at the losers of the world.


The Expendables of the Bible

26 Oct 2014 | Various

Just because the world has forgotten us, it doesn’t mean that God has. Who are the Bible’s biggest hopeless cases, and how did they find faith? We asked some of our young writers to go digging.


Living in hope

26 Oct 2014 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

There are few aspects of the human condition as beautiful, and as fragile, as hope. But is it something that we can learn to live more deeply?


Prayer blog: Using my religion

24 Oct 2014 | Helen Jacobs

Coming to know God takes time; forming your faith is a journey upon which you encounter many influential people. Who are these characters? What can we learn from them?


Prayer blog: When I went on retreat

08 Oct 2014 | Christina Rocha

Earlier this year, I went on a silent retreat for a week. It was my first retreat longer than just a few days, and it was my first silent one. What better, I thought, than a week of silence for an introvert?! It would be a perfect opportunity for getting all my discernment done in one go and ‘sorting out’ my life. So it was somewhat of a disappointment that the first thing I heard in all that silence was: Let go of your agenda and of trying to get me to comply.

 


Reflection questions and activities for 'Am I Catholic enough?'

08 Oct 2014 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Am I Catholic enough?', from the Spring 2014 edition


Prayer blog: Anxiety and Discernment

23 Sep 2014 | Beth Doherty

In making decisions, we face practical questions, spiritual questions, moments of emotion, and various ups and downs which cause us to pause.


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