Category Archives: Prayer

The muddy waters at the bottom of the well.

The woman at the well (John 4) drank muddy water. In our sanitised world of piped and purified water we forget that the social and personal snubs delivered to this woman who chooses to fetch water at the height of … Continue reading

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An open door to darkness

Walk down a long dark corridor and notice how the light from one open door streams into the dark. Not the other way around. Dark doesn’t stream into the light. This is something that we forget in our illuminated world … Continue reading

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Sunday homily fourteenth sunday cycle C

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12th sunday. A spirit of compassion and supplication

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Bury me at 7am.

Firstly, forgive me… But I’m blunt. So that out of the way, here’s what is to happen when I die. 1 – Don’t wait for my whole family from across the universe to gather. I’m a man of faith and … Continue reading

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Unfriending – Letting your Peace return to you. Mt 10:13

Today I’m sad but strangely peaceful. I’ve done something that I have not had to do before in my multi-connected Social Media world. I’ve had to un-friend someone. I’m beginning to untangle the many-linked webs in which people become part … Continue reading

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Repentance, forgiveness and atonement

Sometimes we feel the need to repent for what we have done or what we have omitted to do. In our Catholic tradition, this has always been seen as a sign of the movement of the Holy Spirit- moving us … Continue reading

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