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Last weekend we celebrated Pentecost, when we recalled that the Holy Spirit gave those fearful disciples of Jesus a new song to sing. Let us thank God for people who help us find a new song, writes Fr Chris Gleeson SJ.
Two books by Fr Adrian Lyons SJ, released shortly before his death, represent his abiding interests in the world – his love of the Gospels, and his concern with the connections between culture and Christian faith.
Christ’s death and resurrection at Easter provide a framework for us to look at the recent tragedies in our world, writes Fr Paul Fyfe SJ.
A moving piece from Fr Geoffrey King SJ, who is living with motor neurone disease.
Fr Richard Leonard SJ specializes in provocative religious questions. His earlier book, dealing with suffering and evil, asked ‘Where the hell is God?’ Having found God, he keeps on punching, writes Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ.
German theologian Johannes B. Metz once wrote that the best short definition of God is ‘interruption’. We might call it ‘left field’. In other words, God comes to us in various surprising moments during the day, writes Fr Chris Gleeson SJ.
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