Happy feast day! In honour of today’s Feast of the Queenship of Mary, here follows a reflexion on the Mass and Holy Communion based on a vision of the Mass given to Sister Lucia, one of the visionaries of Fatima, on June 13, 1929. The description from her memoir, and the picture of the paintingContinue reading “Faith through Friendship and Communion”
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Friendship & Good Conversation through the Lost Art of Letters
This past year some friends and I have taken up letter-writing as means of correspondence, both friends who live in the same town as I and those some leagues away. In light of my fruitful experiences in this endeavour, I want to share its benefits and encourage you to take up this worthy exploit.
No Greater Love: A Short Good Friday Meditation
When I consider the simple view of Jesus as a Friend who laughs and grieves with us, or a Mother who nurtures us, or a Father who loves us unconditionally; and then consider the great mystery of His Eucharistic Sacrifice, the incomprehensibility of Heaven, and His union with sinners through Baptism; I tend to dichotomiseContinue reading “No Greater Love: A Short Good Friday Meditation”
A Reflexion on Psalm 12: Persevering in Adversity and Trusting God’s Promises
Help, Lord; for the godly man ceaseth; for the faithful fail from among the children of men. They speak vanity every one with his neighbour: with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak. The psalmist begins by lamenting how few are the faithful, focussing on the emptiness of their conversation. He emphasises theContinue reading “A Reflexion on Psalm 12: Persevering in Adversity and Trusting God’s Promises”