Coronavirus, or Covid-19, as it has come to be knows, has almost taken over our lives here in Ireland this week, and from what I read in the media the same is true for a large part of the world. Continue reading God’s Grace In A Testing Time: Covid-19 and Lent
O Mary, you always shine on our path as a sign of salvation and of hope. We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick, who at the cross took part in Jesus’ pain, keeping your faith firm. You know Continue reading Prayer of Pope Francis to Mary for those affected by Coronavirus
Rev. Adrian F. Barrale 1969-2006
I believe nothing can happen that will outweigh the supreme advantage of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord. For him I have accepted the loss of everything, and I look on everything as so much rubbish if only I can have Christ and be given a place in him (Philippians 3:8)
In his book of reflections – ‘My Sour-Sweet Days’ – on the poetry of George Herbert, Mark Oakley says, “So often we need to be redeemed not just from our belongings but also from who we have become.” This sentence Continue reading REDEMPTION: Leaving Behind Who We Have Become
Con gran pesar informamos,que esta tarde, partió a la Casa de Padre nuestro hermano, el padre Hernán Ustariz SAC. Brille para él la luz que no tiene fin. With great sadness we announce the death of Father Hernán Ustariz SAC Continue reading El Padre Hernán Ustariz SAC – R.I.P.
St. Vincent Pallotti, the Octave of Epiphany, Model of an Ecumenical Initiative Dear friends in Christ, if you take a little moment and permit your minds and thoughts to be fertile and imagine yourselves in the company of Pallotti together Continue reading Model of an Ecumenical Initiative by Bernard Ouma SAC
I don’t like Monday but I love the Word of God. Monday morning, even though it’s my day off, feels like a hangover. Heavy, slow, dull. And it’s raining, so the temptation is to stay in but there’s a movie Continue reading I BECOME HIS CAPERNAUM: Reflection on the Word of God