BY ANTHONY GATHAMBIRI IMC When is Easter not yet Easter? I suggest it is when we fail to forgive; when we celebrate Easter loaded with the baggage of bitterness. It’s not Easter for us when we bear grudges, because Easter is about resurrection. And it’s in resurrection that we ought to rise again from the death [...]
Holy Week in Jerusalem can be very hectic, but one can find fruitful time of reflection. Fr PADDY NOONAN OFM recalls how he left a liturgical procession to walk in the path Jesus took in his last hours of freedom.
BY MARY ANNE MURRAY Sometimes he had his team, sometimes he served alone; but the profile and outline of Jason Craig Ayliff Frittelli has filtered through the eyes and hearts of each and every one in our parish somewhere along the line as a familiar, integral part of the Mass, or the procession or a [...]
BY ANTHONY GATHAMBIRI IMC Welcome to Lent, brothers and sisters. It is a season of calming down and giving ourselves good introspection. Only by examining ourselves can Lent have a meaning in our lives and our faith.
BY BISHOP HUGH SLATTERY MSC The book of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference, God, Love, Life and Sex, has continued to draw comments. It reminds me of a book that appeared a couple of years ago with the arresting title Nobody Told Me by Pam Stenzel, who has visited this country to speak to [...]
A traffic accident spurred Fr KEVIN REYNOLDS to reflect on life and the second chances God gives us. Here’s what the priest realised last Lent.
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