A Stormy Crossing
We stand at a defining moment in our history that we sense will not leave us as it finds us. It feels as if we are embarking on a perilous voyage where we have every reason to be concerned at personal, community, national and global levels. The many crossings of the Sea of Galilee by the early disciples offer a faith rather than a fear focus at this time. They were usually evening crossings when Jesus said: 'Let us cross to the other side.' We too sense the sun coming down on so much of what we have taken for granted up to this. Like the sudden storm that arose from them without warning, we...
The Desert and The Wrestle Between Right and Wrong
These weeks of Lent offer us the opportunity to come face to face with ourselves, taking stock of our own spiritual life and measuring our lives against the yardstick of God’s commandments. This Sunday’s Gospel finds Jesus in the desert wrestling with issues of right and wrong. For most of us, perhaps with the exception of those who have visited desert lands, it is difficult to visualise the dry parched earth and the stark landscape of the desert. No one books a holiday to the desert unless they can be assured that someone has built a resort spa and a five star hotel! The desert also...
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Welcomed in Baptism
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