Wisdom goes beyond knowledge, understanding and discernment. Discover true wisdom, the capacity to perceive the nature of this world as created by God, and to live in accord with it.
We can certainly expect God to be present in momentous world events, but do we also realise that he is present in every moment of our lives? Consider how he can have divine epiphanies at any time.
Any of us who are serious about our prayer life often struggle with it, sometimes feel dry as though God is no longer there. This month, we look at two aspects of prayer and see how God relates to us in both
Cloud imagery is used in Scripture to signify and to hide the glory of God. The Cloud of Unknowing is a spiritual classic which can help to lead us into contemplative prayer.
Can we really entrust ourselves to God and not depend on anything else?
In churches throughout the world, many prepare for communion with the ancient words of the Sursum Corda, which is Latin for 'Lift up your hearts' . These beautiful words can be traced back to around the third century, but what do we actually mean when we say this?
Syncletica was a ‘Desert Mother’, a hermit living in the desert around 3rd c. AD renowned for her wisdom. This month, we think about three of her sayings.
Life is busy and often gets cluttered by what is happening in our lives. Just as decluttering our homes is very helpful, so also is moving stuff aside to make space, be open and make room for the God who is present.
The account of Jesus' raising of Lazarus still speaks to us today of how Jesus heals and frees us in our spiritual journey. "I am the resurrection and the life.“ (John 11:25)
Grace is God's invitation to us to become who we are created to be, in his image and in relationship with him.
Community is important for our social, mental and spiritual well-being.
Often when we have to wait, our lives are put on hold and it seems as though there is nothing we can do, but God may be making us wait for a reason.
Jesus calls us to be his disciples. If we wish to respond to his call, we can benefit from a pattern of spiritual discipline in our lives.
It takes more energy to remain a tight bud, than it does to blossom and when we let go, God can create divine change.
The bible tells us that God is love, the very essence of his Being. Exploring the Birth of the Universe and the gift of Love that was bestowed on all Creation, Sister Valmai reveals how we can be assured of God's love for us.
Thresholds. Moving from one stage of life to the next. We all go through so many changes in our lifetime. Pat helps us to reflect upon these events, opening the door of our heart to what God might reveal to us in these moments.
Sister Avrill considers the miraculous gift of our hands and how we receive grace and blessing through Jesus' hands.
Sister Carol looks at biblical humility, how it differs from worldly humility, and how it fits with discernment.
Sister Josephine reflects upon seeing the face of God, knowing and recognising that we are in the presence of God.
Sister Pamela looks at what is 'awareness' and how we can find it.