A Muslim friend told me the other day: “As a Church, we have become too disconnected with the faithful.”
Author: Keenan Williams
Is it time that we feminise God? It is a question I have been pondering ever since a visiting priest celebrated Mass at our parish a few weeks ago. Imagine my shock when at...
‘I neglect you when I’m working; when I need attention, I tend to nag…I don’t know why you love me, and that’s why I love you.” These are the lyrics to the song “Flaws...
Are we losing our sense of identity as Catholics by modernising our Church? Since the Second Vatican Council (1962-65) we have seen a major split within our church and sadly a loss of some of our traditions.
I grew up in the Anglican Church and became a Catholic in my teens. There’s much interdenominational diversity within my family, and that diversity has given me great tolerance for the denominations of my family members — and they for mine. So one thing I feel very strongly about is Christian ecumenism.
A while ago, I was speaking to my wife about me trying to get back on air as a radio presenter. But instead of the expected affirmations like “I believe in you”, she simply asked me: “Do you believe this is what God wants of your life? Do you think this is what God is calling you to?”