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Friday 15 November, 2019 – Rhythms of Presence

The normal rhythm of a day includes times when the joy of the day and the bright sunshine, blue skies, birds singing and beauty surrounds you. And then this fades and gives way to the shadows and fears of night and the unknowing of darkness. The ocean waves rejoice...

Wednesday 13 February, 2019 – Intention arises in the heart

Genesis recounts the Creation.  A movement of division and diversity.  From one whole, comes many parts. Heaven and earth, light and darkness, day and night, evening and morning, waters above heaven and waters below, earth and seas, diverse vegetation, Sun and Moon with the stars. In the beginning God...

Monday 4 February, 2019 – I will not fail you

The heroes of faith listed in the reading from the Hebrews 11:32-40 were, “weak people given strength.” In today’s Gospel text Mark 5:1-20, we hear that no one had the strength to control the demoniac.  He was possessed by something very powerful.  Our world today is also possessed by...

Wednesday 9th May, 2018 – God leads us.

Rome is a beautiful city.  A very historical city.  We know that there are more churches in Rome than in any other city in the world.  I think you could live here for a life time and never visit every church in Rome.  The churches are highly decorated.  There...

How memory works

How memory works The Conversation By Jee Hyun Kim and Wes Mountain Jee Hyun Kim is head of the Developmental Psychobiology Lab at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health. Wes Mountain is the Deputy Multimedia Editor at The Conversation. Originally published in The Conversation.

Thursday 1st December, 2016 – Being Blindsided

Shadow and Being Blindsided “… like most dark nights of the soul, wounds expectedly and at a particularly vulnerable part of ourselves. When you read the literature on nights of the soul by the great mystics, you see that a dark night of the soul almost always hits you in...