Winter - 2015
In this Issue...
We are all part of a pilgrim church, on a journey that goes into the depths of our being to find truth and grave in our own lives.
Tender moments are moments of grace, when God’s love softens our lives.
Renowned soprano Merlyn Quaife speaks about her latest performance from her travels on the Via Camino to Santiago de Compostela.
The latest project for composer Christopher Willcock sj is a Mass for the Anzac centenary.
The works of J.M.W. Turner celebrate light and colour, an expression of joy in God’s creation.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Nostra aetate, Vatican II’s declaration on the church’s relationship to non-Christian religions.
William Barak was an eloquent spokesman for his people as well as a respected artist
The winter months can bring many unexpected gifts.
Dom Rosendo Salvado’s community at New Norcia supported the local aboriginal community in numerous ways.
A fountain featuring a lions’ head is filled with flowers – symbols of the fierceness and love we need to bring to our Christian day-to-day.
Memory is an important part of our lives – but not to be confused with nostalgia.
The Pope’s prayer intentions, calendar of saints and reflections on the liturgical readings for each day of the month.