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For the Days You Feel Unloved
Last edited 27th January 2015

Our hearts are restless until they rest in God (St. Augustine). Nothing else is sufficient. That’s the reason we all long to be wooed, to be loved, to be wanted. But nothing can satisfy this desire to be loved except for God, who is love. Our souls are hardwired for His love. There’s a hole in our hearts that He alone can fill. And what’s beautiful about that sentiment is that the same can be said for Him. In fact, the feelings are more than mutual.


The Difference Between a Renaming and a Baptism
Last edited 26th January 2015

The Church does not rename pagan traditions as the secularist renames Christian holidays, seasons, symbols and so forth. The Church baptizes the world. The Church impudently gives pagan traditions new meanings, of which a new name is an icon and consequence.


Last edited 20th January 2015

As Christians and other communities in Nigeria come under fire from extremist attacks, please join us in praying for an end to violence and persecution in the country.


What Virtue Adds to Happiness
Last edited 14th January 2015

Going beyond having and doing into the realm of becoming.

Fr. Jacques Philippe on Prayer and Work
Last edited 9th January 2015

Fr. Jacques Philippe’s writings on themes such as prayer, interior freedom, and peace of heart have become classics of modern Catholic spirituality. In this video he talks on the subject prayer and work. This video was recorded on the 11 December, 2014 in Sydney.

Skit Guys - Advent Anthem
Last edited 7th December 2014

A powerful call to worship film that will stir the hearts within the Church to celebrate the birth of Christ. Perfect for any time during the Christmas season or at Christmas Eve services.


'Let Yourselves Be Consoled' during Advent, Pope Francis Says
Last edited 7th December 2014

In his Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis asked that during Advent the faithful prepare for the Lord’s coming by being open to God’s consolation, which we must receive personally before giving to others.


Mary and Joseph Before the Crèche
Last edited 2nd December 2014

As the Church begins the season of Advent, and Catholics repeat the familiar ritual of setting up their crèches, the humble figures of Mary and Joseph kneeling before the empty manger remind us of God’s desire to entrust his only Son to two human beings, a woman and a man, wife and husband.

Happy New Church Year - First Sunday of Advent!
Last edited 30th November 2014

Happy New Year - did you know that the Church year begins on the First Sunday of Advent? As we prepare for the celebration of Christ's birth, let us try and have a spirit of longing for Jesus. Watch this video reflection for more.

A Call for Peace on New Year's Day
Last edited 23rd December 2014

Happy New Year! Today is the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, as well as World Day of Peace. There is no better way to begin the New Year than entrusting the year ahead into the hands of our Blessed Mother. Let us ask Our Lady to intercede for peace in 2015. We have highlighted some of the more troubling events around world over the past few weeks of our Advent and Christmas journey. Let us turn now in hope for a more peaceful year ahead.


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